After Mocha in the bay of BengalBiporjoy – the second storm of 2023 North Indian Ocean cyclone season is here. This time, the cyclone has reached the western side of the Indian mainland. It turned into a cyclonic storm on June 6 and is expected to hit the coast of Kutch. It has existed as a cyclone over the Arabian sea of recent days, making it one of the long lasting cyclones to hit India.
Which cyclone Bip joy resources
Cyclone Biporjoy takes its name from the Bangladeshi recommended Bengali name meaning ‘disaster’. Cyclones are named according to the guidelines of World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
Here’s how to track Cyclone Biporjoy on your smartphones:
Zoom Earth website: The website provides real-time updates on the storm’s progress. It also shows satellite image animations and affected areas. Users can access the websites through smartphones or desktops. In addition, the app also provides data on wind, pressure, temperature, humidity fluctuations and barometric pressure graphs.
Rainviewer.com: The website tracks the progression of cyclones and the areas they are likely to affect. Users can download the Rainviewer mobile app to monitor the storm.
Cyclocane.com: Cyclocane.com is another website that tracks storm updates. For example, to learn more about Cyclone Mocha, the website redirects to the “Mocha Storm Tracker” page. It also shows the affected areas.
SkyMet Weather app/site: The app/website provides updates on the weather in different regions as well as other alerts.
India Meteorological Department website: Smartphone users can also track Cyclone Mocha on IMD’s website.
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