The india Meteorological Department (IMD) reported on sunday morning that Cyclone Remal, a deep depression over the Bay of bengal, has intensified into a cyclonic storm. It is expected to develop severe before making landfall between the beaches of West bengal and bangladesh on sunday night.

The storm is predicted to make landfall on sunday midnight after passing over West bengal and the neighbouring coastlines of bangladesh between Sagar Island and Khepupara at 110 to 120 kmph, with gusts up to 135 kmph. With strong winds and heavy rain, the weather authority anticipated that the cyclone will have a significant impact on Tripura, coastal bangladesh, West bengal, and a few other northeastern provinces.
On May 26 and 27, the IMD issued a warning for extremely heavy rainfall in West Bengal's coastal districts, as well as heavy to very heavy rainfall in north Odisha. assam and meghalaya are also forecast to receive extremely high rainfall, while the northeastern states of Manipur, Nagaland, and Arunachal Pradesh are projected to receive heavy to very heavy rains on May 27 and 28, respectively.

Meanwhile, from May 26 to 28, the meteorological agency issued "orange" advisories for Tripura, warning of thunderstorms with lightning and squally winds reaching 50-60 kmph with gusts over 70 kmph. These circumstances, together with severe to extremely heavy rains, are likely to affect all districts of the state.


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