Amphan- Super Cyclone/ Highly Affected Areas in West Bengal/ Speed 185 Km/H

 'Amphan', Super Cyclone 

A super cyclone named 'Amphan' is going to heat Kolkata and coastal areas. Amphan is increasing his power time by time. The wind speed average 155-185 KM in coastal areas per hour. 7 more districts along with Kolkata it is said that there will be heavy rain till Wednesday.
Amphan Cyclone
Amphan Cyclone

Highly Affected Areas

Kolkata, North 24 Parganas, South  24 Parganas, west Medinipur, East Manipur, and coastal areas are considered to be the heavy rain areas and the cyclone may cause heavy damage in these Areas.

Digha and all 'Amphan' effected coastal areas are alerted by NDRF (Madras Diabetes Research Foundation). All fishermen are strictly suspended to go to the sea. Over 1 lakh people are shipped to cyclone shelters home. All the high over (Uralpur) of Kolkata are temporarily closed, such as MA Uralpur, AJC Uralpur and etc are closed for a short time. Local port and Pheri ghat of Kolkata are also closed due to the cyclone.
Amphan Cyclone

 Kolkata

According to Alipur Abhawa Daftar the wind of the cyclone which will shortly pass over the Kolkata, Howrah, Kolkata, North 24 Parganas, South  24 Parganas, west Medinipur, East Manipur and etc, the average speed is supposed to be 110 to 120 km per hour and the highest wind speed may touch 130 km per hour. Again after Aila cyclone  Amphan, super cyclone may be caused heavy damage in Sundarbans as Amphan will rush all over Sundarban. Due to the high tide coastal area's tide of both of the Parganas tide supposed to be more than 15 feet. It is equal to dual story building.  Due to the high tide coastal area's tide of Medinipur tide supposed to be more than 12 feet. It is equal to a one-story building. 


"No one out from home. Everyone stay home and stay Save."

Rainny Kolkata

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