Today, Visakhapatnam: A severe strain on the West Bank of the Bay of Bengal has become stronger on Thursday night. At 8.30 pm, south-east of Gopalpur, about 90 km south-east of Kalinagapatna in coastal Andhra, 165 km northeast. Moving at speeds of 23 km per hour. It is possible to cross the coast at Gopalpur by midnight. This snake is named ‘taye’. Myanmar country named this name. The hurricane is threatened with a speed of about 80 kilometers per hour and 60 km from the coastline along the coastline. The sea is turbulent while crossing the storm, indicating that the waves are at a height of half a meter. Warned that the sea would be pushed along the coast of Srikakulam and Vizianagaram districts along the coast. Crossing the coast, the cyclone speed has further increased. It is expected that the hurricane may have an effect on Friday evening. The weather authorities said that the heavy rainfall in Kostanady would have a huge amount of rainfall till Friday morning. In Rayalaseema, too heavy rains are also said. Then we see that the storm is weakening and it will be disheartened by Saturday. Saturday is also expected to hit heavy rains in some places.
Sounded in Odisha
Bhubaneswar, Newsted: Odisha state administration has been alerted following the storm. On Thursday evening, the Secretariat of the Chief Secretary (CS) Aditya Prasad had reviewed the situation with senior officials. The Department of Environmental Studies has alerted 7 districts and said there would be a high impact on Ganjam, Gajapati, Khurda, Puri and Nayagarh districts. The ODIA Disaster Rapid Action Plan has been prepared to deal with any situation and staff and food equipment is ready.
The serious impact of the three districts
The weather warnings have been issued to damage the various sectors in Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and Visakhapatnam districts due to storm impact. Huts, electricity wires, poles, roads, and crops. The authorities have suggested that they be highly vigilant. In North Andhra and southern Odisha, any fisherman warned not to go fishing in the northwest Bay of Bengal. The shoreline is along the coastal coast, and the speed of wind will rise from 45 km to 60 km per hour.