Is there any cyclone in Odisha May 2021?
India Meteorological Department (IMD) said Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Yaas crossed the North Odisha coast about 20km south of Balasore during the morning of 26 May 2021, with an estimated wind speed of 130 to 140 km/h and gusts of 155 km/h. … Rainfall warnings were issued in Odisha and West Bengal.
Will cyclone Nivar hit Odisha?
The Regional MeT Centre has clearly stated that Nivar Cyclone will have no direct impact over the districts of Odisha neither there is any warning for the State.
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|
Which cyclone hit Odisha last year?
Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm Fani (/ˈfɒniː/) was the worst tropical cyclone to strike the Indian state of Odisha since the 1999 Odisha cyclone.
|Extremely severe cyclonic storm (IMD scale)|
|Cyclone Fani at peak intensity on 2 May, while approaching Odisha|
|Formed||26 April 2019|
|Dissipated||5 May 2019|
Where is Nivar headed?
Cyclone Nivar, which is brewing in the Bay of Bengal, is moving towards the southern states and Union territory (UT) of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. Expected to make landfall on Wednesday, Nivar is likely to cause heavy rainfall in these places.
What is Nivar?
Cyclone Nivar is the fourth cyclone to hit the North Indian Ocean region in 2020. The name ‘Nivar’ has been selected from the list of names given by Iran. In the Parsi language, the name ‘Nivar’ means light. But the storm, approaching in the middle of the night, can also bring darkness.
Is Nivar stronger than Vardha?
“Nivar’s intensity similar to what we saw during the landfall of cyclone storm Vardah, though Nivar was a little stronger than Vardha,” he added.
Is there any cyclone in India today?
There are no active storms.
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.