The Indian Meteorological Department has made predictions regarding cyclonic storm ‘Midhili’. The department said the cyclonic storm will weaken on Saturday. From here it has turned into a deep depression over Tripura and adjoining Bangladesh. It is expected that in the next 6 hours it may move over South Assam and adjoining Mizoram and Tripura. Let us tell you that an area of deep pressure had formed over the Bay of Bengal. But on Friday it turned into a cyclonic storm. For this reason, there is a possibility that there may be heavy rain in the northeastern states including West Bengal, Odisha.
Threat of cyclonic storm ‘Midhili’
India Meteorological Department informed that the cyclonic storm may cross the Bangladesh coast from the night of 17 November to the morning of 18 November. Fishermen have been asked not to go into the sea till 18th November. According to the Meteorological Department, the cyclonic storm will reach Sundarban first. After this the storm reached Bangladesh coast. According to the IMD bulletin, Cyclonic Storm Madhili has weakened into a deep depression over Tripura and adjoining Bangladesh about 50 km north-east of Majdicourt (Bangladesh) and 60 km south-east of Agartala.
Chance of rain in eastern states
The weather that was created due to the cyclonic storm over the Bay of Bengal on Friday will remain the same on Saturday. A notice has been issued to the officials by Mizoram District Administration and District Disaster Management. People have been advised by the administration to remain alert. Also, people have been asked to take precautionary measures during rains. The Meteorological Department has issued a red alert in four districts of Tripura. Whereas IMD has predicted 51 mm rainfall in Aizawl district on the morning of 17 to 18 November