- 1 The sea will create a favorable environment for cyclones in summer
- 2 Possibility of reading the effects of cyclone in Bengal
- 3 As a result of climate change, such changes in weather
- 4 Disaster due to climate change, Kolkata will go under water!
- 5 But why cyclone is repeatedly coming towards Bengal
- 6 Equilibrium provision changes with ground temperature
- 7 Javad towards Bangladesh by causing rain on the coast of Bengal
The sea will create a favorable environment for cyclones in summer
Explaining the character of cyclone Javad, geologist Sujeeb Kar said that winter usually has a calm climate in the Bay of Bengal. As a result the cyclone is not created this time. From the moment of winter to the onset of summer, a favorable environment for the formation of cyclones is created in the sea. This time cyclone will appear after that time.
Possibility of reading the effects of cyclone in Bengal
According to meteorologists, two to three cyclones may form in the Bay of Bengal between March and May this year. The cyclones that form till June, usually come towards West Bengal, Orissa or Bangladesh. As a result, there is a possibility of cyclone impact in the heart of Bengal at that time of summer.
As a result of climate change, such changes in weather
Now the question is, why cyclones are being made so often in the Bay of Bengal, or why it is rushing towards Bengal. According to climate experts, this winter will be long. But even in winter it will rain occasionally. Climate change is causing such changes in the weather. The water cycle is activated and the amount of rainfall is gradually increasing.
Disaster due to climate change, Kolkata will go under water!
Experts say not only will rainfall increase, but the number of cyclones will also increase due to climate change. Experts fear that 12 cities, including Kolkata, will be submerged in the near future due to recent climate change. The chances of disasters are increasing due to climate change. The number of cyclones is increasing. The distance between the two cyclones is also decreasing.
But why cyclone is repeatedly coming towards Bengal
In response to that question, meteorologists said that the temperature in the Bay of Bengal is relatively high at the moment. Generally, the temperature of Bay of Bengal is relatively cool during this time. As a result no cyclone is formed at this time. The Bay of Bengal did not drop as much as it was supposed to. The result is a cyclone. Due to the difference in temperature, Bengal is facing cyclone.
Equilibrium provision changes with ground temperature
The cyclone first landed in the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal over the Pacific Ocean over Thailand. It has saved energy by crossing this long distance. Once again, the Bay of Bengal has got a favorable environment. So it has been transformed from a deep depression to a cyclone. Due to the inability to maintain equilibrium with the surface temperature, energy is lost and is going to be converted from deep depression to obvious depression.
Javad towards Bangladesh by causing rain on the coast of Bengal
This cyclone was supposed to land in Andhra Pradesh. But as the temperature of the land and the water became equal, the direction changed and the direction changed to the north-west. For the same reason, landfall is not happening in Puri, Orissa. It will lose energy and turn to the northeast after turning into a depression. It will rain towards the coast of Bengal and move towards Bangladesh. The full power of Java will be exhausted in this journey.