The effects of the cyclonic storm Moka, which is rising from the Bay of Bengal, would be felt in North India and Delhi NCR. The cyclone may move faster than predicted, according to meteorologists. Its effects will be felt throughout North India's plains and the coastal regions along the Bay of Bengal.
Scientists predict that this cyclone will result in the formation of an anticyclonic circulation, which will cause the moist winds that were brought by the previous days' rain to turn around. The temperature may therefore increase to 42 degrees Celsius over the coming days.