The India Meteorological Department on Wednesday, in its national release on violent wind, expressed that after super twister Amphan makes landfall over the Bengal coast today evening, it is probably going to keep on moving north-northeastwards across Gangetic West Bengal and Bangladesh before continuously debilitating.
“It is probably going to keep up the force of cyclonic tempest till the morning of May 21,” the climate division said in its notice.
From that point, Amphan will debilitate into a Deep Depression over Bangladesh, the IMD expressed.
Under Amphan’s impact, hurricane wind speed arriving at 70-80 kmph blasting to 90 kmph is likely over inside locale of Murshidabad and Nadia of Gangetic West Bengal during the evening of May 20 to May 21 morning.
Light to direct precipitation at most places with secluded substantial precipitation is likely over the inside regions of Gangetic West Bengal on May 21.
Light to direct precipitation at most places with overwhelming to exceptionally substantial precipitation expected at a couple of spots over Malda and Dinajpur locale on Bengal on May 20 and a large portion of the areas of Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim on May 21, the notice read.
Assam and Meghalaya may get light to direct precipitation, with substantial to overwhelming precipitation in certain regions, on May 21.
Inside areas of Gangetic West Bengal are probably going to see minor harm to correspondence and electrical cables while significant harm is normal for kutcha (uncemented, non-bricked houses) and some pucca streets in the district, the IMD said.
Individuals are asked to remain inside as trees as little trees are probably going to get removed because of the super violent wind.
Super tornado Amphan is required to make landfall on the coast on West Bengal and Bangladesh on Wednesday evening. Amphan, which was around 120-kilometer east-southeast of Paradip, Odisha at 8:30 am today will cross West Bengal-Bangladesh drifts between Digha (West Bengal) and Hatiya Islands (Bangladesh) near Sunderbans today.