Weather Forecast Diwali / Dhanteras 2022: This time the possibility of taking the turn of the weather in Diwali has been expressed by the department. In fact, a cyclonic storm is forming in the Bay of Bengal, which has been predicted by the Meteorological Department to reach the coast late on Sunday night. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) is monitoring the weather system over the North Andaman Sea. It is likely to concentrate under pressure till Saturday, with wind speed up to 49 kmph.
Cyclone to be called 'Sitrang'
According to the IMD, the weather system was a cyclonic circulation on Wednesday and is likely to form into a low pressure area over southeast and adjoining east-central Bay of Bengal by Thursday. According to the Meteorological Department, a cyclonic storm is expected to intensify further over the Bay of West-central Bengal by late Sunday night. If the tropical storm turns into a cyclone as predicted, it will be called 'Sitrang', the name suggested by Thailand.
The effect of cyclonic circulation will be visible
It is forecast that from 25 to 27 it may rain again in Jharkhand. Due to this, the fog will not get rid of even further. A cyclonic circulation is forming in the Bay of Bengal on 22 October. This can have an impact on Jharkhand. The effect of this cyclonic circulation can be seen in Jharkhand from 24. The sky may remain cloudy even on the day of Diwali. Well, there is no rain forecast on this day. There may be rain in Jharkhand from October 25 to 27.
Rain may occur in these states
According to the Meteorological Department, after the formation of the cyclone, the rainy season can start once again in the states adjoining Bengal like Jharkhand, Bihar to Odisha. There is also a possibility that the Southwest Monsoon may withdraw from some more parts of Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Odisha and entire West Bengal.
Rain in Bengal even during Diwali
According to the forecast of Alipore Meteorological Department in West Bengal, after Durga Puja, now it may rain in Bengal even during Kali Puja and Deepawali. There is a possibility of unseasonal rain in various districts of the state including Kolkata. According to the information received from the Meteorological Department, a cyclone may form on October 20. Its impact will be more on the districts of North Bengal. Light to very heavy rain is forecast in the southern parts of the state and heavy to very heavy in the northern areas. However, this cyclone is not expected to turn into a super cyclone.