Which states were affected by this cyclone?
Cyclone Gulab: These districts in Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal to be affected. Cyclone Gulab will cause heavy rainfall in the coastal states particularly in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.
Which area is mostly affected in cyclone?
On average around 2 to 4 tropical cyclones impact India every year, while most of these tropical cyclones impact the east coast of Indian states of West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu.
Which district of cyclone is affected in Maharashtra?
Raigad, south of Mumbai, has emerged as worst-hit district in the state. Over 8,400 people had to be evacuated while 6,092 structures were partially damaged in the district. In Sindhudurg district, which borders on Goa, 53 structures were completely damaged, highest in the state.
Which state will be affected by amphan cyclone?
Coastal areas in West Bengal comprising East Midnapore, North 24 Parganas, South 24 Parganas, Kolkata, Hooghly and Howrah as well as Odisha were affected by the cyclone. It also caused significant destruction in Bangladesh.
|Damage (2020 USD)||$14.1 billion|
Which is the latest cyclone in India?
Powerful cyclone Yaas has started its landfall in India at 140 kph as warnings are issued of tidal surges in coastal areas. Yaas is the second storm to hit India in a week after cyclone Tauktae hit the west coast, leading to mass evacuations amid the deadly Covid wave.
Is cyclone coming in Kolkata?
According to the satellite map, another cyclone is coming towards West Bengal on Monday evening. The direction of this cyclone will be the coast of Bengal, Kolkata, Medinipur.
How are cyclones named in India?
Who names cyclones? The tropical cyclones forming over different Ocean basins are named by the concerned RSMCs & TCWCs. For north Indian Ocean including Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea, the RSMC, New Delhi assigns the name to tropical cyclones following a standard procedure.
Which cyclone is coming in 2021?
As of October 2021, the strongest tropical cyclone is Cyclone Tauktae, with maximum wind speeds of 185 km/h (115 mph) and a minimum barometric pressure of 950 hPa (28.05 inHg).
Severe Cyclonic Storm Shaheen.
|Severe cyclonic storm (IMD)|
|Category 1 tropical cyclone (SSHWS)|
|Duration||September 30 – October 4|
Why are there no cyclones in Mumbai?
MUMBAI: The reason for upgrading the cyclone warning for Mumbai and neighbouring areas was owing to expectations that the storm would slow down and thus affect the region instead of bypassing it, Shubhangi Bhute, scientist, IMD Mumbai, said on Sunday.