Cyclone Amphan latest update: 10-15 feet high tidal wave forecast

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Cyclone Amphan latest update: 10-15 feet high tidal wave forecast

Cyclone Ampan within 400 kilometers of the Bangladesh coast

Cyclone Ampan’s latest update: 10-15 feet high tidal forecast. According to the latest weather bulletin, Cyclone Ampan is moving north-northeast in the Bay of Bengal and adjoining Northeast Bay of Bengal and West Bay.

At that time, the continuous wind speed within 75 km of the cyclone center was 200 km per hour, which was increasing up to 220 km in the form of gusts or gusty winds.

The cyclone could cross the West Bengal-Bangladesh coast from the Sundarbans between Wednesday afternoon and evening. Then it may have wind power of about one hundred and fifty kilometers per hour or more.

Also Danger signal in Chittagong-Cox’s Bazar

After the cyclone Ampan moved within 350 km of the Bangladesh coast, the meteorological office also asked to show the danger signal number 9 in Chittagong and Cox’s Bazar seaports.

Mongla and Payra seaports have been issued ‘Great Danger Signal No. 10’ since 8 am on Wednesday.

The meteorological office said in a bulletin at 9 am that the cyclone Ampan was 525 km southwest of Chittagong seaport; 515 km southwest of Cox’s Bazar seaport; Mongla was located 345 km southwest of the seaport and Payra 360 km southwest of the seaport.

Hitting the coast near the Sundarbans.

Director of the Meteorological Department Samsuddin Ahmed said cyclone Ampan could move further northeast from its current position and cross the West Bengal-Bangladesh coast between the Sundarbans between Wednesday afternoon and evening.

Rain-wind on the coast of West Bengal.

Cyclone Ampan has caused strong winds in the coastal areas of Orissa and West Bengal in India, along with heavy rains.

CPC member missing in Patuakhali

A member of the CPP has gone missing after capsizing in a cyclone preparedness program in Kalapara upazila of Patuakhali. Md. The man, identified as Shah Alam, went missing on Wednesday morning from Hafez Payada Khale in Chailabunia village.

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