Cyclone Jawad: The state is looking cautious about Hurricane Jawad. Given the storm, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed eight teams in West Bengal. These eight more teams are to be deployed by tonight. Let us tell you that once again, the havoc of Hurricane Jawad can be seen in Andhra Pradesh.
Cyclone Jawad Will Hit On December 4
It is being told that the centre of Jawad storm in Thailand. From there, it will cross the Andaman Sea. By Friday evening, the effect of Hurricane Jawad can be seen on the coastal areas. According to the Meteorological Department, the storm is expected to hit the coasts of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha by the morning of December 4.
Cyclone in the Bay of Bengal on December 3
According to the forecast given by the Meteorological Department, the cyclone may reach the Bay of Bengal on December 3. During this, there is a possibility of wind speed reaching 117 kmph. Due to Hurricane Jawad, there is a possibility of heavy rain in coastal Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal.
The effect can also be seen in these states.
There is a possibility of rain in northern Maharashtra, Gujarat and western coastal areas as well. According to the Meteorological Department, it usually rains in November-December due to cyclones. Given the impact of Cyclone Jawad, issuing an alert has also been done by the Alipore Regional Office of the Meteorological Department.
Here, given Cyclone Jawad, the Railways has decided to cancel the operation of 95 trains as a precaution. Railways have cancelled trains going to South India, including Odisha, from December 2 to December 4. South Eastern Railway has cancelled 49 trains in up line and 46 trains in down the line.