Bulbul Cyclone Video: The storm of the sea causes havoc, heavy rain in North-East for 36 hours, two dead in Bengal-Odisha so far

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Bulbul Cyclone Video: The storm of the sea causes havoc, heavy rain in North-East for 36 hours, two dead in Bengal-Odisha so far
Bulbul Cyclone Video: The storm of the sea causes havoc, heavy rain in North-East for 36 hours, two dead in Bengal-Odisha so far

Bulbul Cyclone Video: The storm of the sea causes havoc, heavy rain in North-East for 36 hours, two dead in Bengal-Odisha so far: The cyclonic storm ‘Bulbul’ in the Bay of Bengal continues to wreak havoc. So far two people have died in Odisha and Bengal. On Sunday (10 November) it will move northwest. By 8:30 pm, it is expected to be centered around 40 km from Sagar Iceland in West Bengal. This situation is 85 km from Digha, 100 km from Kolkata and 210 km from Bangladesh.

Heavy next 36 hours on the Northeast: According to the Meteorological Department’s warning, there is a possibility of heavy rain in Odisha and heavy rain in West Bengal on Sunday. At the same time, its effect is expected to be seen in the northeastern states for the next 36 hours. A person named Ganeshwar Malik died after falling asbestos sheet in Kendrapada in Odisha, while in Kolkata, there has been news of death of a person due to falling of a tree.

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There is a possibility of rain in these districts:

According to the Meteorological Department, rains can cause problems in the North 24 Parganas, East Medinipur, West Medinipur, Howrah, Nadia, Hooghly on Sunday. Talking about the northeastern states, there is a possibility of rain in the next 36 hours in southern Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram. Over the past few hours, the Bay of Bengal has been witnessing tremendous turbulence, although the storm is slowly weakening.

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Alert to fishermen, stay away from the sea: Fishermen in coastal areas of West Bengal have been warned to stay away from the Bay of Bengal. Gradually this storm is moving towards Bangladesh. Its impact has already started in Bangladesh. Flight operations at many airports in India have been affected due to nightingale.

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