Yaas Cyclone Track: Live Location, Current Status & Tracking

Yaas Cyclone Track: In an yet another bad news, after Tauktae, another cyclone to hit India’s coast this month. As per India Meteorological Department (IMD) Reports, a low-pressure area is very likely to form over North Andaman Sea and adjoining east-central Bay of Bengal around May 22. Here, we shall share the latest updates on Yaas Cyclone Track: Live Location, Current Status & Tracking. Thus stay with us on this page as we share the important information with you all.

Yaas Cyclone Updates

The Cyclone Warning Division of the IMD has said that the low-pressure area over north Andaman Sea and adjoining east-central Bay of Bengal is very likely to intensify gradually into a cyclonic storm during the subsequent 72 hours. And It is likely to move northwestwards and reach West Bengal – Odisha coasts around May 26 evening.

As a result of this, Andaman and Nicobar Islands are likely to witness light to moderate rainfall at most places with heavy to very heavy showers at isolated places on May 22 and 23. Similarly, Odisha, West Bengal and adjoining Assam and Meghalaya are likely to receive light to moderate rainfall at most places with heavy falls at isolated places are very likely to commence from evening of May 25. The intensity of the rainfall will increase substantially.

Yaas Cyclone Live Location

Here the Yaas Cyclone Live location will be available as and when it is shared by IMD. The live images including the latest tweets from IMD will be available here.

Preparation Odisha & West Bengal

In Odisha, the Special Relief Commissioner Pradeep K Jena has directed the collectors of 10 coastal districts along with SPs, fire department officers and emergency officials to identify the shelters, check facilities and infrastructure and deploy staff and to prepare an evacuation plan. In West Bengal, chief minister Mamata Banerjee also directed senior government officials to make all the necessary arrangements. Regarding this, Ms. Banerjee chaired a virtual meeting and directed officers to arrange adequate stock of medicines, drinking water, dry food and tarpaulins.

 Further, the Indian Meteorological Department also advised the fishermen of the region not to venture into the Bay of Bengal from May 24.

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