Cyclone Remal Update

Cyclone Remal Update: Cyclone Remal’s landfall began at 8:30 pm on Sunday, affecting the coastal areas in West Bengal and Bangladesh near the southwest of Mongla.

Cyclone ‘Remal’ updates: After making landfall between the Bangladesh and West Bengal coasts on Sunday night, the severe cyclonic storm ‘Remal’ began moving northwards and is continuing to do so, gradually weakening on Monday, May 27, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

“The system would continue to move nearly northwards for some more time and then north-northeastwards and weaken gradually into a Cyclonic Storm by the morning of 27 May 2024,” the IMD said.

Earlier on Sunday, before the landfall, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting at his residence to assess the readiness for Cyclone ‘Remal’ in the North Bay of Bengal.

Latest updates

– Cyclone Remal’s landfall commenced at 8.30 pm on Sunday, affecting the coastal areas between Sagar Island in West Bengal and Khepupara in Bangladesh, near the southwest of Mongla.

– The cyclone caused extensive damage and disruption in nearby regions, prompting the evacuation of nearly a million people over the past two days.

– Situation in Kolkata: Following the landfall, Kolkata experienced heavy rain and strong winds. Teams from the Kolkata Municipality and Kolkata Police Disaster Management are actively clearing uprooted trees in the Alipore area. Deputy Commissioner South Kolkata, Priyabrata Roy, told news agency ANI that teams are working to clear roads of uprooted trees, and the situation is expected to improve by morning. Unified control rooms are monitoring the situation throughout the night.

Heavy rainfall warning to West Bengal, parts of northeast

Heavy rainfall will persist over West Bengal’s coastal districts and Gangetic West Bengal’s eastern districts near Bangladesh until Monday, May 27. The weather agency’s Sunday night bulletin indicated that the heaviest rainfall will occur from noon on May 26 to noon on May 27.

Light to moderate rainfall is anticipated across most areas on Monday and Tuesday, with heavy to very heavy rainfall in isolated locations in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur, and Tripura.

Fishermen have been advised to stay outside the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea until Monday, May 27. Those already at sea were urged to return to shore.

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