India is grappling with the surge of a novel coronavirus, the warning of the super cyclone is blooming bright. The weather reports are stating that the Cyclone Amphan is getting stronger by the time. It is going to a destructive and severe storm, as it is intensified to the super cyclone.
The name Amphan has been pronounced as Um-pun, which is expected to fall out in May 20 evening, 2020. The location has been marked by the Meteorology Department, in between of Sagar Island, India and Hatiya Island of Bangladesh. This is the second pre-monsoon cyclone rising from the Bay of Bengal in the past two years.
The name has been suggested by Thailand, as per the following guideline of the World Meteorology Organisation. This is the last name which has been used form the original list of 64 name suggestion for cyclone, which has been prepared in 2004. This list has been generated for the storms over the north Indian Ocean.
As per IMD, the wind is going to blow in the speed of 155-165 kmph. The mud house can get extreme damage, as well as the pucca building, could get a good length of the scratch. Electric poles, trees could get uprooted. Also, the railway service, overhead power lines, plantation, crops and other communication systems will be disrupted by this storm.
The Indian Coast Guard unit also arrange all the precautionary measures to maritime search and rescue operation. The IMD also has published guidelines, what to do or not to do during the cyclone. At first stay at your home. Disconnect all the electric connection and gas line during the storm. Do not panic and charge up all of your communication systems. Talk via SMS if required. Arrange a first aid kit and essential staffs ready to use. And also avoid unsafe buildings. Keep updated with Radio broadcast and television news. Do not forward any fake message in WhatsApp or Facebook. Rely on the official declaration only.
National Disaster Response Force has been deployed more than 17 teams in West Bengal and Odisha. Seven teams have been stationed at North 24 Parganas, South 24 Paraganas, West Midnapore, East Midnapore, Howrah, Hoogly districts in West Bengal. In Odisha, 10 teams have been stationed in Puri, Balasore, Jagatsinghpur, Jajpur, Bhadrak, Kendrapara and Mayurbhanj districts respectively.