NEW DELHI: Unlike Cyclone Tauktae, which led to the highest-ever rainfall recorded on a day in May, Cyclone Yaas will not have much impact on Delhi and will provide only a slight relief from the soaring mercury.
Which states will be affected by Yaas?
Cyclone Yaas which originated in the Bay of Bengal has left behind a trail of destruction and devastation in West Bengal, Odisha and Jharkhand. The cyclone has affected the breeding centres of critically endangered turtle northern river terrapin and breeding centre for saltwater crocodiles in West Bengal.
Which cities will be affected by Cyclone YAAS?
Hooghly, Kolkata and North 24 Parganas and South 24 Parganas are now placed on high alert. Railway operations and marine activities were halted due to Yaas, while rescue authorities and medical teams were deployed in for possible emergencies.
Will Yaas affect up?
The warning has been issued in the wake of Cyclone Yaas, which has intensified and moving towards the eastern coast of the country, according to Livehindustan. The cyclone’s impact will be felt in east Indian states of Jharkhand, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.
Which states are likely to be affected by a cyclone?
Cyclone Gulab: These districts in Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal to be affected. Cyclone Gulab will cause heavy rainfall in the coastal states particularly in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.
Will cyclone YAAS affect Northeast India?
GUWAHATI: Officials at Regional Meteorological Centre, Guwahati, on Sunday said Cyclone Yaas, a “very severe cyclonic storm”, will not enter Assam or the northeast. … It is not coming to the northeast.
Will Bihar be affected by Yaas cyclone?
Meanwhile, in Bihar, the most affected districts are Gaya, Auranganad, Lakhisarai, Shaikehpura, Nawada, Banka, Bhagalpur, Patna, Vaishali, Saran, Bhojpur, and Buxar. … Besides, Purnea, Araria, Katihar, Madhepura, and Saharsa are also impacted.
Is there any cyclone in 2021?
Coastline of North Andhra Pradesh and South Odisha face the hazardous risk of getting battered by the storm fury. The storm will be named ‘Jawad’ as earlier proposed by Saudi Arabia. During the course of its sea travel, the cyclone center will reach in the close proximity of ‘ridge’ line.
Where is Yaas cyclone in India now?
Cyclone Yaas is currently crossing the Odisha border south of Balasore and will reach Jharkhand on Thursday morning, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said today.
Will cyclone YAAS hit Andhra Pradesh?
Fishermen lug their boat to safety in Visakhapatnam on Monday. VISAKHAPATNAM: Cyclone Yaas is likely to spare Andhra Pradesh as it is predicted to make landfall between Paradip in Odisha and Sagar islands in West Bengal by afternoon of May 26 as a ‘very severe cyclonic storm’.
Where will cyclone YAAS make landfall?
The ‘Very Severe Cyclonic Storm’ Yaas that made landfall south of Balasore in Odisha on Wednesday tore into the bordering regions of West Bengal and Odisha and weakened into a cyclonic storm, leaving behind a trail of destruction in its wake on the eastern coast.
Is Yaas cyclone affect Uttar Pradesh?
“The weather conditions caused by Yaas will lead to very heavy to heavy rainfall accompanied by thunderstorms and gusty winds on May 27 and 28 over eastern and north-eastern parts of Uttar Pradesh,” read a forecast issued by the IMD on Wednesday.
Which state of India is more vulnerable to cyclones?
Thirteen coastal states and Union Territories (UTs) in the country are affected by tropical cyclones. Four states (Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and West Bengal) and one UT (Puducherry) on the east coast and one state (Gujarat) on the west coast are more vulnerable to cyclone hazards.
Which part of India is more prone to cyclone?
Although cyclones affect the entire coast of India, the East coast is more prone as compared to the West coast. The most affected states are Odisha, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra and Gujarat.
Which country faces most cyclones?
Bangladesh has been the scene of the greatest tropical cyclone casualties in recent times. The country is quite flat and generally lies near sea level.