Cyclone Mocha is now heading toward Bangladesh from the Bay of Bengal. Because of this, the Meteorological Department has sent out an alert for three ports and 12 areas. Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar, and Payra are the names of the three cities. Cyclone Mocha Cox’s Bazar, Chittagong, Feni, Noakhali, Laxmipur, Chandpur, Barishal, Bhola, Patuakhali, Jhalkakathi, Pirojpur, and Barguna are just some of the other 12 districts.
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The storm “Mocha,” which started in the Bay of Bengal, is getting worse. In the last 6 hours, the deep depression in the southeast of the Gulf has moved 8 km/h to the northwest. Cyclone Mocha IMD says that the heavy pressure over the Bay of Bengal has turned into a cyclonic storm called “Mocha.
Cyclone Mocha: Alert has been issued in 12 districts including Bangladesh
Cyclone Mocha ” It could turn into a strong cyclonic storm tonight, which is Thursday, May 11 at midnight. Cyclone Mocha Bangladesh and Myanmar have been warned to prepare for heavy rain because of this.
All of this is covered by IMD’s Great Danger Signal No. 8. At the same time, Local Warning Signal 4 has been kept on Mongla Sea Port. People have been told by the Bangladesh Meteorological Department to stay away from the coasts.
Cyclone Mocha The department has said that winds of 140 to 160 kilometers per hour are possible during this time. Tourists and fishermen have been told not to go into the water.
Flood and collapse warning
Floods and collapses have also caused an alert to go out. 576 homes have been made into shelters because of the cyclonic storm. Today, it is believed that more than 5 lakh people will be taken to a safe place. The government of Bangladesh is ready to handle any emergency caused by Gidaster and the rescue team.
Abu Sufiyan, the Additional Deputy Commissioner of Cox’s Bazar, said that there is enough cash, dry food, wheat, and rice. Medical staff and volunteers are ready to help. In addition to this, a control form has been set up. Tomorrow, “Mocha” could show up at the border of Bangladesh and Myanmar.
On the other hand, the Indian Meteorological Department said that the border between Bangladesh and Myanmar could be hit by cyclonic storm “Mocha” on Sunday. Scientist Rajendra Kumar Jenamani said that this is the first storm to form in the North Indian Ocean this year. He said this storm is really bad. It’s likely that this will affect a lot of fishermen and people who live near the coast.
Orders to leave have been given in Myanmar and Bangladesh
Low-lying parts of Myanmar and Bangladesh are being cleared out of people. Bangladesh has also made it illegal for fishing boats to go into deep water. In November 2007, Bangladesh was hit by a storm called Cyclone Sidra, which killed more than 3,000 people in the south-west of the country. At least 138,000 people died or went missing in Myanmar because of Cyclone Nargis in May 2008. It was the worst natural disaster to hit the country.
Many states can expect strong winds and rain because of the cyclonic storm “Mocha.” Cyclone Mocha will hit the land near where Bangladesh and Myanmar meet. It is expected to hit land somewhere between Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, and Kyawpyu, Myanmar, in the morning of the 14th.
The storm will stay far away from the Indian coasts of Odisha and West Bengal. Because of this, no bad weather is predicted. But the seas along the coasts of these states will be very rough. If the storm weakens after hitting land, it could bring heavy rain to Tripura and Mizoram on May 14 and 15.
Many parts of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, West Bengal, Odisha, Kerala, and the southern parts of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, and Meghalaya can expect strong rains because of the storm.
As Cyclone Mocha keeps getting stronger, the temperature is going up in north-central India, including Delhi. Today, the highest temperature that can be reached in Delhi is over 40. The Meteorological Department says that Delhi’s highest temperature today could be 41 degrees Celsius and its lowest temperature could be 21 degrees Celsius. On 13th May, there could be a dust storm in Delhi.