After ‘Bulbul’, now cyclone ‘Nakri’ forming in Bay...

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After ‘Bulbul’, now cyclone ‘Nakri’ forming in Bay

 International Desk

 Published: 11:41 AM, 13 November 2019  



The ravages of the cyclone Bulbul have not yet been ended and with this fear another cyclone has been formed in the South Bay which was named ‘Nakri’. 

The Indian Meteorological Office has said that the cyclone ‘Nakri’ will increase force in the Bay of Bengal on Thursday, battering the northern parts of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha coast. Its impact will be in Bangladesh as well.

Besides, it was also forecasted that the cyclone likely to batter in Chennai and North Tamil Nadu, according to the Indian weather office. However, it is not possible to estimate the exact time the cyclone hit India. 

Meanwhile, the Indian Meteorological Office said the cyclone ‘Nakri’ is staying in the South China Sea with increasing its force.