New Delhi: Recently, India’s Meteorological Department has informed that a cyclonic storm named ‘Gulaab’ is in the coastal areas of southern Odisha and northern Andhra Pradesh till today i.e. Sunday evening. can knock. According to sources and information, the intensity of the storm has increased and due to this, it has now been made Orange Alert, updating it with Yellow Alert. In this regard, Umashankar Das, senior scientist of the Indian Meteorological Department said that “This warning has been issued for Andhra Pradesh and Odisha under the cyclone.”
At present, it is also estimated that ‘Hurricane Gulab’ will make landfall near Kalingapatnam in the coastal areas of South Odisha and North Andhra Pradesh today i.e. on Sunday evening. During this time, winds are also expected to move at a speed of 70-80 kmph. On the other hand, the Yellow Alert issued regarding the storm in the coastal areas has been upgraded and now it has been made ‘Orange Alert’. Let us tell you that a warning is also issued for moderate to heavy rain in Orange Alert, while this warning of light to moderate rain is issued in Yellow Alert.
Significantly, at 5.30 pm on Saturday, this cyclone was centered about 370 km east-southeast of Gopalpur over northwest and the west-central Bay of Bengal. On which it is also being said that due to ‘Cyclone Gulab’, there may be heavy rain in West Bengal too. Along with this, heavy rain is expected in Kolkata, Howrah, South, and North 24 Parganas along with East Midnapore from Tuesday. On the other hand, there is a strong possibility of heavy rains in Odisha on September 25 and September 28 with light rain in many districts. At present, the administration of these states is cautious and reviews the rescue and relief work.