Cyclone Yaas is likely to hit the land next Wednesday


Cyclone Yas could hit the ground next Wednesday. The meteorological department said that the apparent light pressure in the East-Central Bay of Bengal and adjoining areas has condensed and turned into low pressure in the same area.

It could intensify on Monday and turn into a cyclone. The catastrophic cyclone of 1991 caused more damage when it hit the full moon. After 30 years, there may be another full moon cyclone. Meteorologists have expressed concern over this. They say that the tide in the sea is higher than other times during the full moon.

As a result, this cyclone may be strong. The people of the coast are also terrified of the cyclone. However, the government has made extensive preparations to deal with the storm. The shelter is ready. The Ministry of Water Resources has set up a control room for monitoring and data collection.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged everyone to be vigilant. It was located in the same area around 5 pm. The depression may intensify and take the form of a cyclone on Monday.

At 5 pm the low pressure was located 700 km south-southwest of Chittagong seaport; 625 km south-southwest of Cox's Bazar seaport; Pigeon is 655 km south of the seaport and 710 km south of Mongla seaport.

If the current trend continues, the cyclone could reach the coasts of Odisha-West Bengal in India and Khulna in Bangladesh by Wednesday. Which is increasing up to 50 km in the form of gusts or gusty winds.

The sea is rough near the center of depression. All fishing boats and trawlers in the North Bay and the deep sea have been asked to remain in safe shelter until further notice. The Meteorological Department has asked Chittagong, Kopbazar, Mongla and Payra seaports to display remote warning signal No. 1 as the sea is rough due to low pressure.

Mostafa Kamal, a Bangladeshi PhD researcher at Meteorology and Climate Studies at Saskatchewan University in Canada, disagreed with the Meteorological Department's message that the cyclone could enter the Khulna coast of Bangladesh.

On Sunday, he said, the latest wind shear maps obtained from artificial satellites (changes in wind direction with altitude), sea surface water temperature, average surface water deviation and characteristics of the 40-year-long cyclone in the Bay of Bengal have been analyzed. He said it could hit the Chittagong-Cox's Bazar and Myanmar coasts.

He feared that the storm could turn into a very strong storm in the next 24 hours, adding that if it actually hit the Chittagong coast, the maximum speed of the cyclone could be 166 to 220 kmph. At the same time, there may be a tidal wave 15 to 20 feet high. Explaining the reason for the strong cyclone, Mostafa Kamal said, May 26 is a full moon. As a result, the moon, sun and earth will be on the same axis.

Due to the combined gravity of the moon and the sun, there will be a tidal wave of two to three feet in the coastal area on that day according to the natural rules. The impact of the possible cyclone, which will be associated with higher than normal tidal waves. Disaster Management and Relief State Minister. Enamur Rahman said that efforts are being made to take 100% people to the shelter.

At an emergency meeting of the water resources ministry on Sunday, the ministry's state minister Colonel (retd) Zahid Farooq said adequate geo-bags were ready for emergency work, including dam monitoring in risky areas. Deputy Minister for Water Resources AKM Enamul Haque Shamim has directed to ensure the presence of all officials at the field level.

Uncomfortable condition in public life in unbearable heat for several days in a row. The country's highest temperature of 39.8 degrees Celsius was recorded in Khulna on Sunday.

The maximum temperature in Dhaka was 37.7 degrees Celsius. However, the meteorological department said that the temperature will gradually decrease from next Tuesday.

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