After Creating Havoc in Hyderabad,The cyclonic storm ROANU turns to West Bengal – Next 48 Hours will see heavy rain and thunderstom,Also in Odhisa and Bangladesh

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Cyclone Roanu
Cyclone Roanu

Election result is not over fully and celebrations are not finished yet in West Bengal; Reason to worry for Mamata Banerjee the CM to continue as state is likely to face heavy rainfall during the next 48 hours as Cyclone Roanu moves towards the state’s coastline.

“The cyclonic storm ROANU would move north east wards along and off West Bengal coast and cross Bangladesh coast between Khepupara and Cox’s Bazar on 21st (May) night/22nd (May) early morning May,” the Met department said in a cyclone warning for West Bengal.

Alert has been issued to Fishermen not to venture into the sea.

Officials said heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely in most places over coastal Gangetic West Bengal during the next 48 hours.

Squally wind speed reaching 50—60 kmph gusting to 70 kmph is likely to prevail along and off West Bengal coast.

Similar warnings have also been issued for northern Andhra Pradesh and Odisha.

Bangladesh already started evacuation at coastal areas.

 

 

High speed winds with speed of up to 50 km per hour and thunderstorm have caused havoc in Hyderabad.

A Hording fall and destroyed Five cars parked outside a showroom of Hyderabad Banzara Hilss Area due to this gusty wind . No one was injured in the incident.

Police says a case will be filed against the people who put up the hoarding if any violations are found.

Accident and damage to the property occurred when trees were uprooted, causing traffic jams and damage to property.

The police and municipal authorities are working very hard to clear the roads.

Such winds blow because of cumulonimbus clouds (extremely dense, huge and vertically developed) that are formed for half hour to an hour and lead to thunderstorm, squally wind activity within a couple of hours over a five-six km radius.

Effect of ROANU is quite visible and damaging till 22-23 May 2016 this effect will continue till it crosses Bangladesh and Myanmar.