The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that Cyclone Jawad will hit north Andhra Pradesh and south Odisha today morning. Early in the morning, rain and high-speed winds were seen in Puri, Odisha, ahead of the cyclone’s warning.
Live Updates on Cyclone Jawad: The state of Andhra Pradesh has so far evacuated. 54,008 people from three districts and set up. 197 relief camps in schools and community halls, while the state of Odisha has ordered that schools be closed in. 19 districts.
According to the Met Department, Cyclone Jawad was located 300 kilometres south-southeast of Vishakhapatnam. 420 kilometres approximately south of Gopalpur, 480 kilometres south-southwest of. Puri, and 560 kilometres south-southwest of Paradip around 5:30 p.m. on Friday.
For instance, “By tomorrow morning, December 4 AM, it is projected to move north-northwestwards. Develop further, and approach the west-central. The Bay of Bengal off the coastlines of north Andhra Pradesh and south Odisha,” the IMD said.
Therefore, “Following that, it is expected to recurve. North-northeastwards and travel along the. Odisha coast, arriving near Puri about noon on. December 5th. Following that. It is. Expected to. Proceed north-northeastwards through coastal. Odisha, eventually reaching the West Bengal coast “According to the IMD,
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