Kolkata and lots of districts in south Bengal acquired welcome rain on Saturday, with the Met Office forecasting additional nor’westers within the area as a result of meteorological circumstances.








Cyclonic ciruculation





The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has reported that cyclonic circulation is rising over the South Andaman Sea, which it’s intently monitoring. It is, nonetheless, too early to forecast its course and different minor points.












“We are carefully monitoring the possible formation of a cyclonic circulation in the South Andaman Sea on May 4, under the influence of which a low-pressure system is likely to develop over the area by May 6 and amplify further in the subsequent 24 hours,” stated Sanjib Bandopadhyay, deputy director-general of the Regional Meteorological Centre.

He went on to say that the meteorological division is conserving a detailed eye on the potential growth, in addition to its subsequent depth and course.












“It is too early to anticipate the trajectory of the system,” Regional Meteorological Centre director G Ok Das instructed PTI, including that as a result of it’s May and the system’s growth space is the Andaman Sea, there’s a likelihood of the low stress deepening, however that might be decided in a single or two days.

Meanwhile, following a two-month drought, Kolkata and lots of districts in south Bengal acquired welcome rain on Saturday, with the Met Office forecasting additional nor’westers within the area as a result of meteorological circumstances.












The metropolis’s northern borders acquired 31.2 mm of rain from Saturday’s nor’wester, whereas Kolkata’s Alipore Regional Met Centre acquired 13.7 mm of rain.











First revealed on: 02 May 2022, 10:42 IST




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