Get to know the details of Hurricane Jawad at a glance


What the weather office is saying

What the weather office is saying

According to an update from the Indian Meteorological Department, Cyclone Javad is moving towards the coast from the southeastern Bay of Bengal, saving energy. This is the fifth cyclone in 2021. Saudi Arabia has named the cyclone.

Strong cyclone Jawad

Strong cyclone Jawad

Cyclone Jawad is about to turn into a very strong cyclone. Its deadly effects can also be seen on the coast of Orissa. Besides, cyclone Javanese violence can be seen in the coastal areas of West Bengal.

Heavy rains in Bengal

Heavy rains in Bengal

Cyclone Java will cause heavy to very heavy rains in different districts of Orissa and Andhra Pradesh from Saturday to Sunday. The meteorological office has already announced heavy rains in several places in West Bengal.

Warning issued

Warning issued

The speed of the cyclone can be up to 110 kilometers per hour. The effect can be seen in the next 24 hours. Due to this cyclone, orange alert has been issued in several areas of Gangetic Bengal. On the other hand, red alert has been issued in several areas of Orissa and Andhra Pradesh. Alerts have been issued in areas like Ganjam, Jagatsinghpur, Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam and Vizag.

Caution of fishermen

Caution of fishermen

Fishermen have been repeatedly warned in coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and West Bengal. The ban will remain in place until Sunday, December 5. All the fishermen who are there have already been told to return.

  Government formed

Government formed

Heavy to very heavy rains could cause flooding in coastal areas. All the state governments have already taken necessary steps to prevent waterlogging in many low lying areas. Everything from relief camps to dry food has been prepared. In addition, many people have been evacuated to coastal areas.

The effect will continue for the next few days

The effect will continue for the next few days

According to the meteorological office, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal will continue to receive rains till Sunday due to the cyclone Jamaat.



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