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Asni storm will hit the Bay of Bengal on May 6, may affect Bangladesh more

Kanpur, May 04, (Fast Mail News):-- With the sea activities going on these days, there is every possibility that the storm named Asni will come by May 6. It is not yet clear how this storm will cause havoc, but according to the indications, this storm can affect Bangladesh more. However, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands cannot remain untouched by it.


Dr. SN Sunil Pandey, Meteorologist of Chandrashekhar Azad Agricultural Technological University (CSA), Kanpur, told that this is the third consecutive year when the sea activities are taking the form of a storm in the month of May. A storm named Amfan came in 2020 and in 2021, a storm named Yas caused havoc. After this, in the first week of May in 2022, there were indications from the sea activities that the storm Asni would come on May 6. Because North Andaman Sea is ready to become a Cyclonic Circulation anytime now. A low pressure area can form at any time on Wednesday, with a well marked low pressure area forming on the same day. By May 5, the system may become a deep depression. The system is expected to become a cyclone by May 6. The storm will intensify and move along the Arakan coast and likely continue to gain strength.



 The meteorologist told that the cyclone that will form this time will be called Asani, this name has been given by Sri Lanka. It is not clear how this storm will affect, but according to the indications, it will move mostly towards Bangladesh and leave more impact there. Told that before this, when Amfan came, West Bengal was affected and Yas storm affected Odisha.
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