Laila Cyclone

May 19, 2010 by Post Team 

Laila CycloneLaila Cyclone:You may not know when the cyclone hit the northern Indian Ocean next, but you can be sure it will be called Ward and after that Laila.Cyclones derive their names through a systematic procedure established by the World Meteorological Organization ( WMO) and United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).

Rosaiah instructed officials to contact the Force National Disaster Response to keep their forces ready in case of emergency. It also ordered police and firefighters to be alert in the coastal regions.

Laila cyclone is likely to intensify and move in a north-northwest direction during the next 72 hours to the coast of Andhra Pradesh, with wind speeds up to 75 mph in coastal areas, the state meteorological department said in its mid-day update.

However, “it is unlikely to change the normal onset of monsoon, but we are monitoring the system,” the official said on condition that it will not be named. “As of now we still awaits on May 30.” Laila through India monsoon cyclone impact

accordingly. Monsoon observers were monitoring the impact of Cyclone Laila in seasonal rainfall, which began with showers in the Andaman and Nicobar islands.

“We are monitoring the situation closely and are in a state of readiness to deal with any adverse developments in our operations along the East Coast,” Reliance said in a statement via email. “The operations in the oil and gas producing facilities KG-D6 continuing normally.”

Farmers in India, producers of the world’s second largest rice and wheat, depend on the rains to irrigate their crops, as 60 percent of arable land is not irrigated. Winter-harvested crops such as rice, corn, lentils, cotton and soybeans are planted after the monsoon starts.

metrology department has also warned that the cyclone named Laila become stronger, as they move closer to the coast and hope to move in a northwesterly direction. Tonight is expected to hit southern coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh, with a speed of 65-70 km / h.

Laila cyclone is currently 600 km from Chennai (even publish the time.) It becomes a cyclone, which will have an impact in the coastal districts of AP, including, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Vizag, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur and Nellore.

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