‘Tej’ is probably going to start diminishing its force from Monday night as it transforms into an exceptionally serious Cyclonic tempest.
The India Meteorological Office (IMD) said on Monday that the incredibly extreme Cyclonic tempest ‘Tej’, which shaped over the west-focal Middle Eastern Ocean, is ceaselessly moving northwestward.
IMD said that it will cross Yemen’s coast near AlGhaidah as an extremely serious Cyclonic tempest on Tuesday morning. The power of the tempest will start diminishing from Monday night after which it will be consigned to the ‘exceptionally extreme’ class.
The IMD orders a framework as a Cyclonic Tempest when its 3-minute normal most extreme supported breeze speeds fall between 63-88 kmph. Likewise, a serious cyclonic tempest has twists between 89-117 kmph, an exceptionally serious cyclonic tempest between 118-165 kmph, and an incredibly extreme cyclonic tempest between 166-220 kmph. Wind speeds over 221 kmph lead to a supercyclone.
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The tempest is 200 km north-northwestward of Yemen’s Socotra, 300 km south of Oman’s Salalah, and 240 km southeast of Al Ghaidah.
According to the IMD, the “Sensational” ocean condition is probably going to beat the south-west and west-focal Middle Eastern Ocean and will reduce from high to extremely unpleasant by Tuesday morning. It will improve at last.
IMD has cautioned anglers to not wander into the Middle Eastern Ocean till Tuesday night.
Profound Gloom framing in the Cove of Bengal
The IMD has likewise cautioned of a Profound Gloom over the west-focal Inlet of Bengal which ceaselessly moved northwards and was around 400 km away from Odisha’s Paradip and 550 km south-southwest of West Bengal’s Digha.
The climate division added that the profound gloom in the Sound of Bengal was probably going to escalate into a Cyclonic Tempest inside the following 24 hours. It added that the tempest would move north-northeastwards.
The tempest, framed in the Sound of Bengal, is probably going to cross the Bangladesh coast among Khepupara and Chittagong on Wednesday night as a Profound Sorrow.
Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura are probably going to observe light to direct precipitation with weighty precipitation at separated puts on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Odisha is probably going to get light to direct precipitation at many spots from October 23 to October 25. Though, West Bengal will get light to direct precipitation on October 24 and October 25.
The ocean conditions are probably going to stay unpleasant to extremely harsh till October 25.
IMD exhorted anglers not to wander into the Straight of Bengal till October 24. It added, “Anglers are prompted not to wander into North Sound of Bengal and along and off Odisha, West Bengal, Bangladesh and north Myanmar coasts during 23rd to 25th October.”