The Indian Meteorological Department has issued an alert regarding Cyclone Jawad across the country. It is being told that this storm will hit the coasts of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh on December 4. In such a situation, the concerned departments related to this have become alert. The Meteorological Forecasting Department has informed that this cyclone may develop into a cyclone in the central Bay of Bengal on December 3. Due to this, all the departments related to the rescue operation are on alert regarding the Jawad cyclone.
This cyclonic storm has come after the end of the Southwest Monsoon. It is being speculated that when the Jawad cyclone hits the surface, during that time, the wind can blow at a speed of 117 kilometres per hour. In such a situation, the possibility of heavy rain is being expressed. In this episode today, we are going to tell you what Jawad Cyclone is? And how did this storm get its name Jawad?
What is the meaning of Cyclone Jawad?
Jawad is an Arabic word. In Arabic, it means generous or kind. Because of this, this storm is not going to be very dangerous. This cyclone will not have as much destructive effect on everyday life as other cyclonic storms.
How did this storm get its name Jawad?
According to some reports, this storm has been named at the suggestion of Jawad Saudi Arabia. There is also a possibility that due to this storm, there may be heavy rain in many parts of Maharashtra and Gujarat.
Because of the alert of the Jawad storm, NDRF personnel have been prepared for rescue operations. At the same time, many people had to face problems due to cyclone Amfan in May last year. Many people’s homes were damaged due to this storm. In the rescue work, lakhs of people were evacuated from their homes and shifted to a safe place.