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You won’t believe the whirlwind of events brewing in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. Cyclone Hamoon and Tej are set to steal the stage and make a splash, but there’s no encore expected, only some heavy rain, and they’re making a grand entrance!

Hamoon, the Showstopper:

Hamoon, the cyclone sensation, is not one to be upstaged. It has gone from being a humble depression to a severe cyclonic storm over the Northwest Bay of Bengal. In the next 6 hours, it’s going to exaggerate even further. The stage for this occurrence? The Bangladesh coast, right between Khepupara and Chittagong, at noon on October 25, as a deep depression.

Hamoon has a unique name, courtesy of Iran. It’s moving north, giving a miss to the Indian coast, but it’s causing quite a stir. At 5.30 pm, Hamoon was lurking around 230 km off the Paradip coast in Odisha, 360 km south of Digha in West Bengal, and 510 km south-southwest of Khepupara in Bangladesh. It’s assuring an encore with even more fuss in the next 12 hours.

The spotlight is on Bangladesh, as it’s all set to cross their coast between Khepupara and Chittagong at high noon on October 25. Don’t forget your umbrellas and rain boots, folks!

Tej, the Opening Act:

Tej, not one to be overshadowed, The Very Severe Cyclonic Storm (VSCS) is preparing to cross the Yemen coast just south of Al-Ghaidah in a few hours. It’s got wind speeds of 125-135 kmph and can even do a gusty dance up to 150 kmph.

Rain Alert, the Backstage Drama:

Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, south Assam, and Meghalaya are all on the list. They will face  moderate rainfall with a sprinkle of heavy downpours (64.5 mm-115.5 mm) until October 26.

The Odisha government isn’t taking any chances. They’ve told all the district collectors to be ready for anything, and if things get too watery, they’re evacuating people from low-lying areas.

The Bay of Bengal, gradually ramping up the wind speed to 80-90 kmph, with gusts going as high as 100 kmph by Tuesday morning.

West Bengal is also in the mix, with thunderstorms, lightning, and some moderate rainfall in parts of Purba Medinipur, Kolkata, and South 24 Parganas. It’s all part of the act!

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