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Cyclone Bulbul Makes Landfall, Weakens Into Deep Depression Over Bay That Bengal: Ind Predicts Heavy Rains In Bengal, Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram, Assam

After a landfall at a speed of 110 to 120 kilometers per hour (kph) between West Bengal’s Sagar Islands and Khepupara, Bangladesh, a major cyclonic storm is likely to occur. adjoining South and North 24 Parganas districts of Bengal, says India Meteorological Department (IMD). Operations in Kolkata airport suspended till 6 am on Sunday. The West Bengal government said that over 1.2 lakh have been evacuated from coastal areas after the Bulbul made landfall on Saturday evening.

IMD had warned that sea conditions would be too high for the next 12 hours for the Northeast Bay of Bengal. The Fishermen were also advised not to venture into the sea and off the north of the Odisha-West Bengal Coasts for the next 12 hours. They were advised not to venture into the North Bay of Bengal for the next 18 hours.

According to IMD’s weather bulletin at 7 am, Bulbul weakened into a cyclonic storm and lay-off at 5.30 am over Bangladesh and adjoining coastal West Bengal. It is most likely to move to the north-eastwards across Bangladesh and likely to weaken into the next six hours.

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India Meteorological Dept (IMD): Severe Cyclonic Storm #Bulbul lay centered at 0230 hours today, over coastal West Bengal & adjoining Bangladesh, about 12 km southwest of Sundarban National Park (South 24 Parganas District of West Bengal).

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3:51 AM – Nov 10, 2019
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