On Tuesday, Cyclone “Tej” will pass Yemen, and the Bay of Bengal will experience a deep depression

As it develops into a very strong cyclonic storm, “Tej” is probably going to start losing strength starting on Monday evening.

According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the hazardous Cyclonic storm “Tej,” which developed over the western Arabian Sea, is steadily heading to the northwest.

Cyclonic storm Tej,IMD,northwestward,Yemen's coast

IMD predicted that on Tuesday morning, it will make a very strong cyclonic storm landfall close to AlGhaidah in Yemen. After Monday night, the storm’s intensity will decline, and it will then be classified as “very severe.”

When a system’s 3-minute average maximum sustained wind speeds are between 63 and 88 kmph, the IMD classifies it as a cyclonic storm. A severe cyclonic storm, a very severe cyclonic storm, and an extremely severe cyclonic storm all have wind speeds between 89 and 117 kilometers per hour (kph). A supercyclone forms when winds reach 221 kmph.

Here are the most recent changes:
The storm is located 240 kilometers southeast of Al Ghaidah, 300 kilometers south of Salalah in Oman, and 200 kilometers north-northwest of Socotra in Yemen.
The “Phenomenal” sea condition, according to the IMD, is expected to dominate across the south-west and west-central Arabian Sea and will change from high to extremely rough by Tuesday morning. It will ultimately get better.
Fishermen have been advised by IMD not to enter the Arabian Sea until Tuesday night.

Bay of Bengal becoming a deep depression

Cyclonic storm Tej,IMD,northwestward,Yemen's coast


A Deep Depression that was steadily moving north and was about 400 km from Paradip in Odisha and 550 km from Digha in West Bengal was also foreshadowed by the IMD. It was over the west-central Bay of Bengal.
The forecast service also stated that a cyclonic storm was likely to form in the Bay of Bengal during the next 24 hours due to the deep depression there. Additionally, the storm would proceed in a north-northeast direction.
The storm, which developed in the Bay of Bengal, is expected to travel as a Deep Depression on Wednesday night between Khepupara and Chittagong in Bangladesh.

Light to moderate rainfall is anticipated in Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura, with isolated areas seeing severe rainfall on Tuesday and Wednesday.
From October 23 to October 25, various locations across Odisha will likely see light to moderate rainfall. On the other hand, light to moderate rain will fall in West Bengal on October 24 and 25.
The sea state is anticipated to be rough to very rough until October 25.
IMD advises against fishing in the Bay of Bengal until October 24. Additionally, it stated, “Fishermen are advised not to venture into North Bay of Bengal and along & off Odisha, West Bengal, Bangladesh and north Myanmar coasts during 23rd to 25th October.

Up until October 25, sea conditions are anticipated to be rough to extremely rough.
Prior to October 24, IMD recommended fishermen against entering the Bay of Bengal. It said, “Fishermen are advised not to venture into North Bay of Bengal and along & off Odisha, West Bengal, Bangladesh, and north Myanmar coasts from 23rd to 25th October.”

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