Super Cyclone ‘Yash’ likely to hit Sundarbans between May 23-25

Kolkata: The India Meteorological Department has predicted that Super Cyclone ‘Yash’ is likely to make landfall in Sundarban areas between May 23 and May 25 and possibly move towards Bangladesh.

According to the regional Met office, a low depression has been formed in the East Central Bay and its adjoining areas and as it is increasing in strength every day. Official sources said that it might take the shape of a ‘Super Cyclone’ before making landfall.

They are of the opinion that the storm might move towards Bangladesh after entering land through the Sundarbans. A warning has been issued to the fishermen not to venture to the sea on May 23.

On May 19 last year during the lockdown, Super Cyclone ‘Amphan’ had devastated Kolkata and adjoining areas.

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