Formation of a Low Pressure area over southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining south Andaman Sea and its likely intensification into a Cyclonic Storm by 16th May, evening

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Formation of a Low Pressure area over southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining south Andaman Sea and its likely intensification into a Cyclonic Storm by 16th May, evening

By PIB Delhi
The Cyclone Warning Division of the India Meteorological Department, says, a Low-Pressure Area has formed over southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining south Andaman Sea, in the morning of today, the 13th May 2020.

It is very likely to concentrate into a Depression over central parts of south Bay of Bengal on 15th and further intensify into a Cyclonic Storm over southwest and adjoining west-central Bay of Bengal by 16th evening. It is very likely to move northwestwards initially till 17th May and then re-curve north-northeastwards.

In association with the above system, the conditions will become favorable for advance of southwest monsoon over south Bay of Bengal, Andaman Sea and Andaman & Nicobar Islands around 16th May 2020.

Under its influence, the following adverse weather is likely over south & central Bay of Bengal and adjoining Andaman Sea from 15th May onwards.

Warnings:

(i) Rainfall (over Andaman & Nicobar Islands):

  • Light to moderate rainfall at most places very likely over Andaman & Nicobar Islands on 15th& 16th May. Andaman Islands are also likely to experience heavy rainfall at a few places on these two days.

(ii) Wind warning

  • Squally winds, speed reaching 45-55 kmph gusting to 65 kmph is likely to prevail over south and adjoining central Bay of Bengal on 15th May 2020, 55-65 kmph gusting to 75 kmph over the same region on 16th May. Wind speed is likely to increase further becoming Gale force winds speed reaching 65-75 kmph gusting to 85 kmph over southwest and adjoining west central Bay of Bengal from the evening of 16th May. Squally winds, speed reaching 45-55 kmph are likely to prevail over Andaman Sea on 15th& 16th May.

(iii) Sea condition

  • • Sea condition will be rough to very rough over the south and adjoining central Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea on 15th May- 16th May afternoon and very rough to High over southwest and adjoining west-central Bay of Bengal from the evening of 16th May.

(iv) Fishermen Warning

• The fishermen are advised not to venture into the south and central Bay of Bengal from 15th May 2020. Those who are out at Sea over these regions are advised to return to coasts by tomorrow.

The system is under continuous surveillance and the concerned state governments are being informed regularly.

Kindly visit www.rsmcnewdelhi.imd.gov.in and www.mausam.imd.gov.in for updates on the system.

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Suman Munshi

Founder Editor of IBG NEWS (15/Mar/2012- 09/Aug/2018). Recipient of Udar Akash Rokeya Shakhawat Hossain Award 2018. National Geographic & Canon Wild Clicks 2011 jury and public poll winner. Studied Post Graduate Advance Dip in Computer Sc., MBA IT,LIMS (USA & Australia), GxP(USA & UK),BA (Sociology) Dip in Journalism (Ireland), Diploma in Vedic Astrology, Numerology, Palmistry, Vastu Shastra & Feng Sui 25 years in the digital & IT industry with Global MNCs' worked & traveled in USA, UK, Europe, Singapore, Australia, Bangladesh & many other countries. Education and Training advance management and R&D Technology from India, USA, UK, Australia. Over 30 Certification from Global leaders in R&D and Education. Computer Science Teacher, IT & LIMS expert with a wide fan following in his community. General Secretary West Bengal State Committee of All Indian Reporter’s Association
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