Yas Cyclone Live: Sea water enters Odisha’s residential area, Landfall of Yas Cyclone Yaas has started in Odisha.
Live Updates: Landfall of Yas Cyclone Yaas has started in Odisha. Due to this storm, the coastal areas of Odisha and Bengal are getting torrential rains with strong winds.
— India Weather Blog – Cyclone Yaas (@IWBlog13) May 26, 2021
Heavy to heavy rains may occur in Jharkhand today and tomorrow
Yas effect seen in southern parts of Bihar
Alert for heavy rains issued in 6 states due to cyclone Yas
Biju Patnaik International Airport and Jharsuguda Airport of Bhubaneswar closed till 5 pm
Water level of Shankarpur-Digha beach in Bengal increased
Light to moderate rain in some areas of Jharkhand today and tomorrow
Winds will run at a speed of 120 km per hour in these districts of Bengal
Location of cyclone found 200 km from Odisha
12:37 pm (IST)
IMD Director General Mrityunjay Mohapatra said, heavy to very heavy rains may occur in Jharkhand today and tomorrow. In Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim, heavy rains are expected to cause heavy rains today and tomorrow. Isolated heavy rains are expected today in Assam Meghalaya.
Cyclone Yaas will cross Odisha coast between Dhamra & Balasore as a very severe cyclonic storm around 11 am pic.twitter.com/DJopqu0ciS
— Tapas Bhattacharya (@tapascancer) May 26, 2021
12:15 pm (IST)
The impact of Yas cyclone is being seen in the southern parts of Bihar and its effect is also seen in Nawada. Since last days, clouds are thundering along with the strong wind in Nawada. Intermittent drizzle is also occurring. People feel relieved due to sudden change in the weather. Parts of South Bihar are going to be affected the most in the next three-four days. In connection with this, a joint order has been issued by the district administration that people should not come out of their homes unnecessarily. DM SP also held a meeting with the concerned officials. Miking is also being done in the affected areas.
11:43 am (IST)
In many districts of West Bengal, winds can move at a speed of 165 km per hour and waves can rise from 2 meters to 4.5 meters. The impact of the storm is also seen in Kolkata, Howrah and Hooghly in West Bengal. In Haldia in East Medinipur district, the army, NDRF and Coast Guard teams were engaged in rescue operations.
11:19 am (IST)
A total of 17 columns have already been deployed to assist the state administration in West Bengal: –
– Two columns in Nadia and West Midnapore.
– Two columns in Purulia and West Bardhaman.
– Two columns in Jhargram and Bakura.
– A column in Birbhum.
– Two columns at Howrah and Kolkata Port.
– Two columns in North and South 24 Parganas.
– Three columns in Kolkata East, Central and East Midnapore.
– A column for Kolkata South.
– One column in Hooghly.
– A column in Behala (Kolkata).
11:13 am (IST)
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11:09 am (IST)
PHOTOS: Water enters Bengal’s residential areas, Yas landfall continues in Odisha
10:59 am (IST)
DRDO’s missile launching site on Chandipur and Abdul Kalam Islands of Odisha is expected to be damaged by Hurricane Yas. Long range missiles are launched from here. Naval ship INS Chilka arrived in Khorda district of Odisha for those affected by the storm.
10:04 am (IST)
Due to cyclone Yas, heavy rain alert has been issued in 6 states Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Along with Odisha and Bengal, thunderstorms continued in many coastal areas of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka with heavy rains since Tuesday.
9:26 am (IST)
Biju Patnaik International Airport and Jharsuguda Airport of Bhubaneswar were closed at 11 pm on Tuesday night and will remain closed till 5 am on Thursday. Due to the cyclone, all flights will also be postponed at Durgapur and Rourkela Airport today. At the same time, the operation of flights at Kolkata’s Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport will be canceled from 8:30 am to 7:45 pm on Wednesday. At the same time, the railway has canceled all the trains in Odisha-Bengal.
9:23 am (IST)
According to the Meteorological Department, a very severe cyclonic storm is located about 50 km south-southeast of Yas Balasore. By midday this cyclonic storm will cross north Odisha-West Bengal coasts north of Dhamra and south of Balasore as a very severe storm. During this time, the wind will blow at a speed of 140 km per hour.