Cyclone Mocha: Storm Mocha is intensifying rapidly, a big storm may hit Delhi-NCR

Tarun KohliPublish Date: 09 May, 2023

The West Bengal region has been experiencing bad weather for several days running, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). Currently, it is being reported that a low pressure system has developed in Bengal's southeast. The 'Moka' cyclone is moving quickly. West Bengal and Odisha, where there is already a warning about it, will be most affected.

Cyclone Mocha is moving quickly, per IMD. Due to its impact, there is a chance of heavy to very heavy rain on May 9th in various locations throughout the Nicobar Islands. While the Andaman Islands and Arunachal Pradesh may experience severe rains at various locations. IMD predicts that the Andaman and Nicobar Islands will see rain with lightning, storms (with winds of 60 to 70 kmph), and thunder. 

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