Amphan to turn into a super cyclone before making a landfall in West Bengal, predicts IMD
Monday, 18 May 2020 Cyclone Amphan has gathered strength and is expected to intensify into an “extremely severe cyclonic storm” in the next six hours, the Indian Meteorological Body (IMD) said in its latest bulletin on Monday (May 18). According to IMD, cyclone Amphan would cross the coasts of West Bengal and Bangladesh on May 20 and before making a landfall, the intensity of Amphan would be of a Super Cyclone.
Footage shows the tin roofs on homes being blown away as Cyclone Amphan struck India today (May 20).
Shocked residents can be heard screaming as the powerful wind and rain struck the block of homes in Kolkata, West Bengal, shortly after 6 pm local time.
Heavy rains and winds are lashing large...
As different parts of country continue to witness heatwave, IMD senior scientist, Naresh Kumar informed that heat intensity is likely to decrease from today due to western disturbances. "Heat intensity..
Cyclone Amphan, which has intensified into an extremely super cyclone, is all set to make the landfall on Wednesday afternoon. The cyclone is rapidly moving... Zee News Also reported by •IndiaTimes •Mid-Day