A violent storm may in gulf India and Bangladesh on Tuesday or Wednesday. Experts claim that this storm could be destructive. Authorities are trying to maintain social distancing and at the same time trying to rescue millions that may get affected. Cyclone Amphan may break out on 20 May and create havoc.
Meanwhile, the government is taking all necessary measures and the rescue operations are underway. A large number of families are being evacuated to shelters. A large number of people were warned about the cyclone. People carried their luggage to the shelters. People around the Bay of Bengal have been asked to stay in shelters.
The winds of the massive cyclone are revolving around 700 km. There is a forecast to pass through the Digha region of West Bengal and Hatiya Island in Bangladesh. Flooding may pose a risk in Kolkata due to poor drainage systems. The storm could pose a risk in terms of causing floods and leave a crippling and debilitating impact on people. Storms, heavy winds, and rainfall amid COVID-19 may result in quite a lot of damage. The speed of the cyclone may range from 220-230 kilometers per hour.
The various fishermen in the Bay of Bengal have been asked to take shelter owing to the destructive nature of the cyclone. The massive storm may sail through the Sunderban mangrove woodlands. However, these woodlands are likely to absorb some of the massive storm’s impact.