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‘Asani’ formed over southeast and adjacent east-central Bay of Bengal has become a severe cyclonic storm

Bhubaneswar: 8/5/22:The cyclonic storm ‘Asani’ formed over southeast and adjacent east-central Bay of Bengal has become a severe cyclonic storm, informed the Regional Meteorological Centre here today.

The meteorological center further stated the ‘Asani’ severe cyclonic storm lay centered 880 km away from Puri in north-northeast direction over Bay of Bengal

The severe cyclonic storm has been advancing in northwest direction at 14 kmph in last six hours.

Earlier in the day, the meteorological center said the severe cyclonic storm is very likely to continue to move northwestwards till May  10 evening and reach Westcentral and adjoining Northwest Bay of Bengal off North Andhra Pradesh & Odisha coasts. Thereafter, it is very likely to recurve north-northeastwards and move towards Northwest Bay of Bengal off Odisha coast.

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