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Cyclone ‘Asani’ moving at a speed of 12 kmph, coastal areas being evacuated

Kolkata : The impact of cyclonic storm ‘Asani’ within the Bay of Bengal will begin exhibiting from at the moment. It’s shifting in the direction of Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Odisha at a velocity of 12 kmph. The Meteorological Division says that because of the impact of Asani, there’s a chance of rain with wind velocity of 120 kmph. The Meteorological Division has expressed the opportunity of heavy rains in three states of West Bengal, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. It’s more likely to attain west-central and north-west Bay of Bengal from Andhra-Odisha coasts at the moment i.e. tenth May. Meteorologists predict that it’ll flip north-east. Based on meteorologists, the cyclone is shifting in west-northwest course with a velocity of 12 kmph throughout final 6 hours and is about 590 south-west of Puri and about 510 km south-west of Gopalpur, Odisha. The Meteorological Division has mentioned that there’s a chance of very intense sea circumstances in West Central and adjoining South Bay of Bengal. In such a scenario, fishermen have been suggested to not go to the shores until May 13.

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