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Heavy rains in North East today due to cyclone 'Mocha', IMD issues advisory for protection from storm

Amit Kumar Jha
Heavy rains in North East today due to cyclone Mocha IMD issues advisory for protection from storm
Heavy rains in North East today due to cyclone Mocha IMD issues advisory for protection from storm

Cyclone Mocha Updates: Cyclone 'Mocha' is now rapidly moving towards the coasts of Bangladesh and Myanmar.

The extremely severe cyclonic storm 'Mocha' over East-Central Bay of Bengal moved about 8 km during the last 6 hours. It is moving in north-northeast direction with an hourly speed. The pronunciation of this 'Mocha' storm is 'Mokha' and on May 13 it is about 565 km from Port Blair. Northwest, 760 km from Cox's Bazar (Bangladesh). It is located in the south-west and 690 km south-west direction from Sittwe (Myanmar). It is likely to cross the coast between Kyaukpyu (Myanmar) and Cox's Bazar, southeast Bangladesh, near Sittwe (Myanmar) as a Very Severe Cyclonic Storm around afternoon of 14th May with a maximum wind speed of 150-160 kmph. are supposed to.

India Meteorological Department (IMD) IMD has said that the wind speed of cyclone 'Mocha' is 175 km. There is a possibility of crossing per hour also. Due to the effect of 'Mocha', there is a possibility of light to moderate rain at most places in Andaman and Nicobar Islands on 13 May. In Tripura and Mizoram of North East, there may be heavy rains at many places today. While in Nagaland, Manipur and South Assam, heavy rains may occur at many places on May 14 due to the effect of Mocha.

'Mocha' wreaks havoc in North East

'Mocha'Due to 50-60 km till the morning of 13 May in the Andaman Islands. From speed per hour to 70 km. There is a possibility of wind blowing at the speed of per hour. IMD said that due to Cyclone 'Mocha' in Tripura, Mizoram and South Manipur, on May 14, 50 to 60 km. From speed per hour to 70 km. There is a possibility of wind blowing at the speed of per hour. The sea over the Andaman Sea, especially in the North Andaman Sea and Southeast Bay of Bengal, can be very rough today. At the same time, the sea is on the rise in the Bay of East Central Bengal and these conditions are going to continue till the morning of 14 May. After that it will gradually improve.