Strong winds are blowing, while it is raining intermittently in many states of India since morning, due to Cyclone Mocha. At the same time, strong winds are also blowing along with it. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the effects of Mocha have started today i.e. from May 8.
A cyclonic circulation persists over Bay of Bengal and adjoining South Andaman Sea. IMD is keeping an eye on the direction and landfall of this cyclonic storm. However, it is not yet known where Mocha cyclone will hit. There is an alert in Bengal and Odisha regarding this.
According to IMD, information about its path and intensity will be available only after the pressure area is formed. On one hand, the danger of this cyclonic storm Mocha is increasing in South India, and on the other, cold winds are blowing in North India. Light to moderate rain is also being seen in many states including the capital Delhi, UP, Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand.
Wind will blow at a speed of 70-80 kilometers per hour. In the direction of strengthening of the storm, the process of strong winds and rain will increase in many states today. According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, due to the effect of cyclonic storm in Bengal, on May 10, wind speed of 70-80 kilometers per hour can blow at many places.
At the same time, the state of Odisha has also alerted the districts of 18 coastal areas. At the same time, the Regional Meteorological Center (RMC) said on Sunday that the cyclonic system over the Bay of Bengal, which is likely to turn into a cyclonic storm by May 9, will not have any effect on Tamil Nadu.
According to the RMC, the cyclonic storm named ‘Mocha’ will have less impact on Tamil Nadu as it will move towards the northern direction.