Cyclone Remal will make landfall between West bengal and bangladesh on 26th. 

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Cyclone Remal, which is forming in the Bay of bengal, will turn into a severe storm and reach bangladesh and the adjoining West bengal coast on the day after tomorrow, according to the india Meteorological Department. tamil Nadu has been affected by heat since the summer started. Especially since the last few days it has been too hot to go out. As a result, the public was unable to cope with the effects of the heat. In this situation, there has been widespread rain in tamil Nadu for the past few days. Due to this, the heat subsides and a cool atmosphere prevails. The public has found some respite from the summer heat. Widespread rains are continuing in many parts of tamil Nadu.

In this context, the low pressure area formed in the Bay of bengal the day before yesterday has turned into a deep low pressure area. It will move northeastward and become a low pressure area tomorrow. After that, it has been announced that the depression will strengthen further and move in the northeast direction and may develop into a storm on 25th. The storm has been named Remel.

In this situation, Cyclone Remal, which is forming in the Bay of bengal, will become a severe storm and will reach bangladesh and the adjacent West bengal coast on the next day, according to the india Meteorological Department. Due to this, a warning has also been given that wind speed of 102 kilometers per hour may blow on Sunday. Coastal areas of West bengal, North Odisha, Mizoram, Tripura and South Manipur have also been warned of very heavy rains on May 26-27. Fishermen have to go to the Bay of bengal till May 27 and fishermen who have gone to the sea have been advised to return immediately.

A senior scientist at the indian Meteorological Department said, "Higher sea surface temperatures mean more moisture, which is favorable for the formation of intense storms." He added that the last 30 years since records began in 1880 have seen higher sea surface temperatures.

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