Cyclone Gulab In Odisha: Rain starts in Odisha before the arrival of Cyclone Gulab | raining heavily in South Odisha and Bhubaneshwar.

Issuing a ‘Red Alert’ (message of very heavy rainfall), the IMD said, “It is very likely to move westwards tonight and cross North Andhra Pradesh and South Odisha coast. During this, the storm can move with a speed of 75-85 kmph to 95 kmph. This process will start late Sunday evening.

Cyclone In Odisha.

Cyclone Rose The effect of cyclone Gulab is visible in Odisha. Red warning has been issued for 7 districts, orange for 4 districts and yellow warning for 10 districts. The landfall process will start between 9 pm and 10 am.

The effect of Cyclone Gulab is already visible in South Odisha along with capital Bhubaneswar. Due to the effect of Cyclone Gulab, a period of heavy rain with wind has started. Especially in South Odisha, heavy rains have already started. Traffic has come to a standstill due to landslides (due to soil slipping from the mountain) on Namangarh to Ajaygad road under Gumma block of Gajapati district.

The department said that this is the second cyclone to hit Odisha in four months. Its epicenter is about 140 km to the southeast of Gopalpur and about 190 kms east-northeast of Kalingapatnam.

Cyclone Gulab Update.

According to the information received from the Meteorological Department, Cyclone Gulab is currently 180 km from Gopalpur port. and 230 km from Kalingapatnam in Andhra Pradesh. and it is 17 km. moving at an hourly rate. The Meteorological Department has informed that Gajapati and Ganjam districts will be more affected by Cyclone Gulab, in such a situation the process of taking people living in low-lying areas in these two districts has been expedited. So far, more than 5 thousand people have been shifted from these two districts to a safe place. The process of relocating people is on.

Issuing a ‘Red Alert’ (message of very heavy rainfall), the IMD said, “It is very likely to move westwards tonight and cross North Andhra Pradesh and South Odisha coast. During this, the storm can move with a speed of 75-85 kmph to 95 kmph. This process will start late Sunday evening.

Rain starts in Odisha before the arrival of Cyclone Gulab

IMD said that at present its speed is 18 kilometers per hour. The Odisha government has already prepared rescue and relief personnel and machinery and has started evacuating people to safer places in seven identified districts of the southern part of the state. Special Relief Commissioner PK Jena said that 42 teams of Odisha Disaster Rapid Task Force, 24 squads of National Disaster Response Force and 102 teams of fire personnel have been sent to Gajapati, Ganjam, Raigad, Koraput, Malkangiri, Nabarangpur and Kandhamal districts.

It is raining heavily in South Odisha and Bhubaneshwar

Jena said that Ganjam is expected to be the worst hit by the cyclone, so 15 rescue teams have been sent to that area alone. Besides this, 11 units of Fire Service, six teams of Odisha Disaster Rapid Task Force and eight teams of National Disaster Response Force have been kept in emergency preparedness, he said. The sea adjoining Odisha, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh will remain very rough for the next three days. In such a situation, fishermen have been asked not to go into the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea.

Cyclone Gulab In Odisha: Rain starts in Odisha before the arrival of Cyclone Gulab | raining heavily in South Odisha and Bhubaneshwar.
Cyclone Gulab In Odisha: Rain starts in Odisha before the arrival of Cyclone Gulab | raining heavily in South Odisha and Bhubaneshwar.

In view of the magnitude of Cyclone Gulab, red warning has been issued for 7 districts, orange warning for 4 districts and yellow warning for 10 districts. The 7 districts where red alert was issued include Ganjam, Gajapati, Kandhamal, Rayagada, Navrangpur, Koraput, Malkangiri districts. Similarly, the four districts for which Orange Warning has been issued include Puri, Khurda, Nayagarh, Kalahandi districts. Apart from this, the 19 districts for which Yellow Warning has been issued include Baleshwar, Bhadrak, Kendrapara, Jagatsinghpur, Jajpur, Cuttack, Buddh, Suvarnapur, Balangir and Nuapada districts. In this, the information about Gajapati district being the most affected has been given by the Special Relief Commissioner and its effect is also being seen in Gajapati district.

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