Super Cyclone Amphan likely to make landfall with high wind speed: IMD
By migrator | Tue, 19 May 2020
WEATHER | MAY 19, 2020:
Indian Metrological Department, IMD said that Super Cyclone AMPHAN is likely to make landfall between Digha, West Bengal and Hatiya Islands, Bangladesh, close to Sundarbans tommorrow afternoon with maximum sustained wind speed of 155 to 165 kilometres per hour gusting to 185 kilometres per hour.
AMPHAN over Westcentral Bay of Bengal moved north-northeastwards with a speed of 15 kilometres during past six hours. It lies centred over Westcentral Bay of Bengal about 480 kilometres nearly south of Paradip in Odisha.
Rainfall has commenced over coastal Odisha since early hours today. The rainfall intensity is likely to increase gradually and become maximum tonight and tomorrow afternoon.