India is preparing for another 'serious cyclonic tempest' Yaas
Scarcely seven days after the twister Tauktae battered the west coast, the nation is preparing for Yaas, which is relied upon to hit eastern seaside spaces of Odisha and West Bengal on May 26 as a "very severe cyclonic storm".
According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the tornado is moving northwards in the Bay of Bengal. It is relied upon to make landfall on Wednesday evening between Paradip in Odisha and Sagar islands in West Bengal. The storm packs in breezes with speed going between 155 kmph and 165 kmph, blasting to 185 kmph.
"It would continue to move north-northwestwards, intensify further and reach Northwest Bay of Bengal near West Bengal and north Odisha coasts by 26th May morning," the Cyclone Warning Division of the IMD said. From Tuesday, it will start bringing heavy rain in coastal areas, the weather department also said.
Considering the seriousness of the twister, the military and naval force have kept their assets on backup, including military aircraft and warships. The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and the coast watch groups are likewise fit to be sent to help common specialists at short notice, authorities said.
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