Mocha Cyclone Live Location, Route, Speed, Update, Life Loss
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Mocha Cyclone Live Location
Natural calamities are a part of life, and Cyclones are one of the most devasting natural disasters that can leave a trail of destruction in their wake. Northeast states, the eastern coast of India, is one of the most cyclone-prone states in the country. This time a disaster, namely Mocha Cyclone, is heading towards this part and other countries. This cyclone originated on the 7th of May with a speed of 30km per hour, and Mocha Cyclone Live Location is in Myanmar right now.
Then this cyclone reaches from Tropical Disturbance to Cyclonic Storm on 11th May, and its speed reaches 85km/h on the same day it becomes a severe cyclonic storm with 100-150 km/h. On the 13th of May, an extremely severe and super cyclonic storm with 250km/h. While entering Myanmar on the 14th of May, its speed decreased, but still, then, it was very extremely severe. Today on the 15th of May, this cyclone is about to leave the country with a decreased speed of 120 km/h. It is expected to enter China on the 16th of May, 2023, and the effects of this cyclone in India and Myanmar will be minimised.
Mocha Cyclone Route
This cyclone was started just near the boundary of the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal. Then, it travels to the Bay of Bengal towards the direction of Chennai, but after reaching a speed of 50-60 km/h in the midway of Andaman & Nicobar Island and Chennai, this cyclone changes its direction towards Myanmar. It also becomes a most severe cyclonic storm and then a super cyclonic storm, which is considered to be the most dangerous.
It also affected many parts of India and Bangladesh as it was extremely severe before reaching the ground. Then, it enters Myanmar near Sittwe with a speed of 230-240 km/h, but in a day, its speed reduces to 120 km/h near the Manipur state. Right now, the cyclone is crossing the Kalay region of Myanmar, and it will move towards Myitkyina on Monday at 5:30 PM (IST) with a speed of 55km/h in a low-pressure area. Thus, the cyclone storm may vanish in this region before reaching China.
Mocha Cyclone Speed
This Cyclone started with a speed of only 30km/h, but it increased with time and became the most severe storm. Its speed reaches 35 on the same day, and the speed increases to 45 on the next day. It becomes a cyclonic storm two days later, which is known as the speed of a starting of a storm. Then after 100 km/h, it becomes severe and very severe; with 140km/h the next day, it becomes a storm.
When a storm reaches above 200 km/h, it is called an extremely severe storm which happens with Mocha Cyclone on the same day it becomes very severe but at night. It also reaches up to 280 km/h on the 14th of May, but later when it enters the field, the speed decreases down due to the low-pressure area. Right now, this storm is running at a speed of 120 km/h, but it can decrease with more effect today only as it is already in a low-pressure area.
Mocha Cyclone Update
The cyclone is the most severe cyclone storm this time, and it is affecting the east area of the Bay of Bengal. An alert came from the NDRF for the region of North 24-Parganas, whereas the Indian Meteorological Department reported that the maximum temperature in Delhi was recorded at 41.8 degrees Celsius. The state of Odisha and Bengal was the most affected region with this, and now the North-Eastern states are effecting by this cyclone.
Mocha Cyclone Life Loss
We all know that each storm which strikes the human living place makes a huge loss of life. The number can be increased if the storm is more severe at the time when it enters the land where humans are living. A cyclone can take the lives of hundreds or thousands of people and animals.
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This cyclone is mostly affecting the region of Myanmar, and this also affects some regions of Bangladesh and India also. There have been no casualties reported till now in India and Bangladesh, but Myanmar is too affected by it. This deadly storm killed 3 people in Myanmar and destroyed hundreds of makeshift shelters in Bangladesh.
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