Migjaum is moving towards Andhra Pradesh, India
The deep depression formed in the Bay of Bengal has turned into a cyclone. Moving towards India, the cyclone is likely to hit the coast of Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday (December 4).
Due to its effect, it may rain all over the country, including the coastal areas of Bangladesh, and the temperature may also decrease. As a result, the normal winter of December may descend in the next two-three days. Then the winter can set in.
This has been said in the forecast of the Meteorological Department. At 12:30 pm on Sunday, the special weather bulletin said, Cyclone 'Migjaum', which is located in the South-West Bay of Bengal and adjoining areas, is moving further towards the North-West and is staying in the same area.
At midnight, it was located 1,555 km southwest of Chattogram seaport, 1,515 km southwest of Cox's Bazar, 1,410 km southwest of Mongla and 1,420 km southwest of Payra. It may move further north-westwards and intensify.
The bulletin also said maximum sustained wind speed within 54 km of the cyclone center is 62 kmph, increasing to 88 kmph in gusty form.
In this situation, all the seaports of the country have been asked to show remote warning signal number 2. Apart from this, fishing boats and trawlers operating in North Bay of Bengal and deep sea have been asked to move cautiously near the coast till further instructions.
Manowar Hossain, a meteorologist of the Meteorological Department, said, "There is no danger of the cyclone coming towards Bangladesh. However, due to its effect, it may rain all over the country including the coastal areas next Thursday and Friday. After one or two days of rain, the temperature will gradually decrease. After December 10, winter may set in the northern and southwestern regions of the country.
Meanwhile, according to the observations of the Meteorological Department, the temperature and rainfall were higher than normal in most parts of the country last November. Rainfall was 65 percent above normal.
The forecast for Monday from the Meteorological Department said that the temperature will remain mainly dry across the country. However, daytime temperatures may be a little higher than normal. Light to moderate fog may prevail over different parts of the country from midnight to dawn.