Cyclone Yaas has reached Jharkhand after wreaking havoc in West Bengal and Odisha. It is raining in Jharkhand. Life is disturbed. The Meteorological Department has issued an alert in many states including Bihar and UP.
Cyclone Yaas has started to weaken after wreaking havoc in the coastal areas of Odisha and West Bengal. It has now been downgraded from the very severe category to the severe category.
Cyclone Yaas has wreaked havoc in West Bengal. At least 10 million people have been affected and three lakh houses have been damaged due to Cyclone Yaas.
The landfall started at 9:30 in the morning. This powerful cyclone is still raging. But even though Cyclone Yaas did not cause great violence in West Bengal, a vast area of the West Bengal coast was flooded due to the tidal wave.
Cyclone Yaas, which has taken the form of a very severe storm, has hit the coast of Odisha. This storm is expected to last 2-3 hours. Cyclone Yaas has caused flooding of shops and homes in West Bengal, many kilometers away from the coast.
Cyclone Yaas started its landfall. Before the landfall of Cyclone Yaas, the sea became extremely rough and much of the coastal areas of West Bengal were flooded.
Cyclone Yaas will hit Odisha and West Bengal on Wednesday. Before this, heavy rain has started in many areas of West Bengal and Odisha since Tuesday. It is raining in Bhubaneswar in Odisha, Chandipur and Digha in West Bengal. An alert has been issued in many states including Bihar and Jharkhand.
India, which has already suffered devastation due to Cyclone Takte, is now facing the threat of Cyclone Yaas. By tomorrow, Cyclone Yaas will hit Odisha. Due to this, heavy rains may occur again in many states of the country. Punjab, Delhi, Bihar, UP, Haryana and Bihar will also feel the effect.
Cyclone Yaas originating in the Bay of Bengal is becoming increasingly dangerous and moving in the west-northwest direction. According to the Meteorological Department, it is expected to turn into a very severe cyclone.
At noon on Wednesday, the maximum wind speed in the Bay of Bengal can go up to 190 kmph. It could make landfall between Digha in West Bengal and Balasore in Odisha on Wednesday afternoon.