Cyclone Striking In India Again, All Thanks To Climate Change!

India is now facing continual cyclones and heavy rainstorms, after a cyclone Yaas, Cyclone tauktae and just a week ago cyclone Gulaab hit the Bay of Bengal and other coastal regions in India. Immediately after this, The Meteorological Department of India is warning to the next Cyclone “Shaheen”.

This cyclone is brewing in the North of the Arabian Sea, due to the cyclone Rann of Kutch, Saurashtra, North Konkan is on Red alert. And cities, Vadodara, Bhavnagar, Bharuch, Valsad, Rajkot, and Vapi are facing heavy rainfall and loss of connectivity from services and are on High Alert.

The meteorological department is also stating that cyclone Shaheen is the next version of weakened cyclone Gulaab, it will lay over Gujarat after undertaking on West Bengal, Andra Pradesh, Telangana, And Maharashtra.

According to IMD, Gulab’s trail lay as a well-marked low pressure over south Gujarat as on Wednesday morning. “By Thursday morning, the system will intensify into a depression and continue moving west-northwestward direction. By Friday morning, the depression will further intensify into a cyclonic storm and emerge in the north Arabian Sea,” said the IMD councils.