Amaravati: A very strong low pressure is formed in Northeast of Bay of Bengal, and the coast of Bangladesh and Myanmar. Due to this, Meteorological Department forecast a very strong cyclone.
It is said that following the strong low pressure, a cyclone can be formed which can blow up to 7.6 kmph from the sea level. The track of the low pressure is likely to change every six hours due to strong wind. Then it is likely to move in the northwest direction through West Bengal, North Odisha, Jharkhand and North Chhattisgarh.
The low-pressure extends to 0.9 km above sea level and extends over southern Karnataka to Comorin region. Then the low pressure will pass through Tamil Nadu, the report said.