cyclone in odisha 2023|odisha weather cyclone news|mocha cyclone live tracking:India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicts the possible formation of the first cyclonic storm of 2023 in the Southeast Bay of Bengal, preparations are going on in full swing to deal with any eventuality arising out of the impending storm. According to the forecast of the IMD, a cyclonic circulation is likely to develop over Southeast Bay of Bengal around 6 May 2023.
Around May 7, a low pressure area is likely to develop over the same area under its influence. On May 8, it is probably going to coalesce into a depression over the Southeast Bay of Bengal. It is then anticipated to become a cyclonic storm and move almost northward towards the middle Bay of Bengal.
Mocha Cyclone Odisha
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said a cyclone is likely to be formed over the Bay of Bengal around May 9. The possible cyclonic storm will be named as Cyclone Mocha.The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday said that a cyclonic circulation is likely to develop over Southeast Bay of Bengal around 6 May, 2023. The IMD in its latest bulletin stated that under its influence a low pressure area is likely to form over the same region around May 7.
The weather office on Wednesday said it has picked up early signs of a cyclone developing in the southeast Bay of Bengal and warned fishermen and the shipping community against venturing into the region.Mrutyunjay Mohapatra, Director General of the India Meteorological Department, said a cyclone is likely to develop in the southeast Bay of Bengal on May 9 and a prediction of its path would be made in the next few days.
Cyclone Mocha: Odisha On Alert
Taking precautionary measures, the Odisha government has issued alert in 18 coastal and adjoining districts. As of now, no alert has been issued for Cyclone’s impact on Odisha coast or any other place on the east coast.
All cyclone prone districts in West Bengal and Odisha are kept in a state of readiness. State Disaster Response Force (SDRF), National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and Odisha Disaster Rapid Action Force (ODRAF) and others are in readiness for any possible eventuality.
How is Odisha preparing for the cyclone?
In consideration of the expected cyclone ‘Mocha’, the Chief Minister of Odisha, Naveen Patnaik conducted a meeting to prepare the strategy for a possible situation approaching the state. As the path of cyclones cannot be accurately determined, the CM has asked the administration to be prepared to encounter any situation. He also directed the officials of the National Disaster Response Force, Odisha Disaster Rapid Action Force, and Fire Services department to be ready to deal with the upcoming disaster.
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The Odisha government has already put collectors of 18 coastal and adjoining districts and officials of 11 departments on the alert, its special relief commissioner Satyabrata Sahu said on Wednesday.
Mrutunjay Mohapatra said that there was no need to panic, information on the cyclone is aimed at updating fishermen, oil explorers, or any other commercial operations being carried out in the Bay of Bengal.
However, all cyclone-prone districts are kept in a state of readiness. Districts and line departments along with the NDRF, ODRAF, and others are in readiness for any possible eventuality.
Where is Mocha cyclone?
Yemen named the first cyclonic storm of 2023 as Mocha. Yemen named the cyclone after its port city, Mocha, which is famous for its coffee industry.
What is Mocha cyclone?
Mocha is one of the 1,689 titles issued by IMD. Yemen named the first cyclonic storm of 2023 as Mocha. Yemen named the cyclone after its port city, Mocha, which is famous for its coffee industry.
How do you track a cyclone?
Forecasters use a variety of observational information from satellites and aircraft to determine the current location and intensity of the storm. This information is used along with computer forecast models to predict the future path and intensity of the storm.