New Delhi: Cyclone Jawad formed in the Bay of Bengal is slowly weakening. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), Cyclone Jawad is currently moving at a speed of three to four kilometers per hour.
After hitting the coast, it is not expected to cause much destruction. Due to Cyclone Jawad, heavy rain is taking place in Puri, Odisha. Although the possibility of damage is less due to the weakening of Cyclone Jawad, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an alert.
Earlier on Saturday, it continued to rain intermittently throughout the day in the coastal areas of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal and the sky remained cloudy. The IMD has also indicated the possibility of rain in these areas on Sunday.
Due to the change in the weather conditions, the temperature has also dropped. Cyclone Jawad is now expected to hit the entire eastern coast of India on Sunday afternoon. The maximum speed of the wind when hitting the surface can be 60 to 70 km per hour.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), Cyclone Jawad is weakening inside the ocean and moving north, northwest. There will be heavy rains in some districts due to low pressure.
Meanwhile, as soon as the news of the weakening of Cyclone Jawad was received, the tourists staying in various hotels by the sea in Puri reached the beach to bathe in the sea and have fun. The administration issued a red alert and removed them.