Mausam Ki Jankari: Cyclone ‘Gulaab’ will pass between the coasts of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh today. Due to which there is a possibility of great loss. Therefore, three teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and one team of State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) have been deployed in North Coastal Andhra districts for rescue and relief operations. At the same time, the fire department along with 42 teams of Odisha Disaster Rapid Task Force (ODRF) has been sent to several districts.
Gulab Cyclone Live.
After the rain in the country, now the cyclone storm is going to become a problem for the people. Because the Gulab cyclone is going to affect many states today. Due to which the central and state governments have made full preparations for security. At the same time, relief rescue teams have also been kept on alert. Cyclone ‘Gulaab’ will pass through the coasts of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh today. Due to which there is a possibility of great loss. Therefore, three teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and one team of State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) have been deployed in North Coastal Andhra districts for rescue and relief operations. At the same time, the fire department along with 42 teams of Odisha Disaster Rapid Task Force (ODRF) has been sent to several districts.
Preparation to send people to safe places
Preparation to send people to safe places The Center has issued a statement saying that it has been planned to shift from low-lying areas in Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram and Srikakulam districts. Two teams of NDRF have been deployed in Srikakulam where the cyclone may have more impact. Apart from this, a team has been deployed in Visakhapatnam. A team of SDRF has also been kept ready for emergency in Visakhapatnam. The State Disaster Management Authority has asked the fishermen of these districts not to venture into the sea till September 27.
Yellow alert issued for rain in Delhi
Yellow alert issued for rain in Delhi Rain in Delhi can break the record of 121 years. Because September rains can set a new record within the next two days. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for the next 48 hours and has predicted heavy rain. Delhi needs only 13 mm of rain this September to set a new record, while 20 mm of rain is needed to set a monsoon record this entire year. Earlier in September 1944, 417 mm of rain was recorded. At the same time, there is a record of 1190.9 mm of rain in the entire monsoon in 1933. So far, 404 mm of rain has been recorded in September and 1170 mm in the entire monsoon.
Bad weather will prevail in Himachal Pradesh
Bad weather will prevail in Himachal Pradesh for the next five days Heavy rains are being witnessed in Himachal Pradesh. There is a possibility of heavy rain in the state before the onset of monsoon. According to the Meteorological Department, the weather will be bad for the next five days across the state. There has been a warning of thunderstorms and lightning along with rain on September 28 and 29 in the plains and mid-mountain areas of the state. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert in 10 districts regarding this. Director of Meteorological Center Shimla Surendra Pal said that the monsoon remained weak in the state during the last 24 hours and light rain was recorded in selected areas. He said that the weather would remain bad in the state for the next four-five days. During this, there is a possibility of rain with thunder at some places.
Will cross the shores by this evening
Will cross the shores by this evening IMD has informed that cyclonic storm ‘Gulaab’ has moved almost westwards over northwest and adjoining west-central Bay of Bengal, which is likely to remain south Odisha north Andhra Pradesh around Kalingapatnam till the evening of 26 September. can cross the shores of However, the Meteorological Department has also said that this storm will remain active only on Sunday and then it is expected to weaken from Monday.
cyclonic storm alert in these states
cyclonic storm alert in these states At present, in view of the threat of this cyclonic storm, a Yellow Alert has been issued in the coastal areas of North Andhra Pradesh and South Odisha. Along with this, fishermen have also been advised not to go to the places near the sea. According to the Meteorological Department, when the cyclone crosses the coast of Odisha and North Andhra Pradesh, the wind speed is likely to reach 100 kmph gusting to 80 kmph. During this time the height of the waves is being said to be 14 to 16 feet.
States have also started their preparations
Apart from this, in view of the threat of cyclonic storm, the states have also started their preparations. Kolkata Police has opened a control room named ‘Unified Command Centre’ and all police stations and divisions have been directed to be on high alert. Along with this, 15 teams of NDRF have been deployed in the coastal areas of West Bengal, 4 teams have been deployed in Kolkata, which will do relief work. How will be the weather today (Aaj Ka Mausam Kaisa Rahega) The Meteorological Department says that the effect of cyclonic storm Gulab can be seen in other states as well, such as today i.e. on 26 September, there will be rain in North Telangana, South Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha and Southeast Madhya Pradesh, which will be on 27 September and can be fast. Whereas on the evening of September 27, the rains will reduce over Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. Apart from this, between 27 and 28 September, there will be moderate to heavy rains in many parts of Maharashtra, Konkan and Goa, Rajasthan and Gujarat.
Moderate to heavy rains in South Coast and North Coast of Andhra Pradesh.
Giving information about the condition of today’s weather in other states, IMD said that today there may be moderate to heavy rains in South Coast and North Coast of Andhra Pradesh. Light to moderate rain is likely over Chhattisgarh, Vidarbha, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Konkan and Goa, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and isolated heavy rains. At the same time, there is a possibility of rain in Uttar Pradesh too. The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of light to moderate rains in Tamil Nadu, Marathawada, Lakshadweep, Kerala. Apart from this, light rain may occur in Bihar, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Uttarakhand.
Bihar Weather Today.
Monsoon has started weakening in Bihar, although meteorologists are predicting it to be active again. According to the Meteorological Department, a low pressure area has formed over the Bay of Bengal, due to which the cyclone is likely to rise in the next 12 hours. Due to this, there is a possibility of heavy rain in many areas of West Bengal. According to the Meteorological Department, the storm is likely to cross the coasts of south Odisha and north Andhra Pradesh around Kalingapatnam during 12 hours in the Bay of Bengal. A yellow alert has been issued regarding this.
It may rain with strong winds
Meteorological Center Patna scientist Sanjay Kumar said that the effect of this cyclone will not be much on Bihar. With a slight increase in wind speed, light and moderate rain is very likely at some places over North-West and South-East parts and one or two places over rest of Bihar during 24 hours. At present, the trough of Monsoon is passing through Jaisalmer, Kota, Mandla, Paradip and moving north east Bay of Bengal and passing through northwest and south central Bay of Bengal.
Chances of rain in the areas of Aurangabad and Gaya.
The Meteorological Center of Patna has said in the immediate forecast that today it may rain in some parts of Aurangabad and Gaya district. Cloudy sky and cold winds are expected in Buxar, Rohtas and Aurangabad districts. According to the weather forecast, rain may occur in some parts of Patna, Jehanabad, Nalanda, Nawada, Sheikhpura, Begusarai, Lakhisarai, Munger, Jamui, Banka, Khagaria and Bhagalpur today.