Amphan landfall starts

NDRF personnel are in action in cyclone hit Odisha and West Bengal.

Met Department of #Bangladesh: #CycloneAmphan currently lies over the coastal #WestBengal and #Sundarban on the Bangladeshi coast after making a landfall around 4 p.m. in West Bengal; likely to cross Bangladesh by Midnight #CycloneAmphan

Landfall process of Super Cyclonic Storm Amphan over North West Bay of Bengal starts. NDRF personnel are in action in cyclone hit Odisha and West Bengal from May 20 Wdnesday since 7.45 PM.

The landfall process of the Super Cyclonic Storm Amphan over North West Bay of Bengal has begun and it will continue for about four hours.

Amphan crosses Digha-Hatiya Islands coast, weakens into very severe cyclonic storm; two people dead in West Bengal 2 BN NDRF teams started road clearance work with cutting equipments at Shyampur Block in Howrah district @NDRFHQ

#Bangladesh Red Crescent reports first death from Cyclone #Amphan million people battened down on Wednesday as outer edges of the fiercest cyclone in decades rattled Bangladesh and eastern India, potentially bringing widespread destruction misery in its wake

IMD said, the forward sector of the wall cloud region is entering into land in West Bengal.

It lays centred as an Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm over Northwest Bay of Bengal, about 190 kilometres east-northheast of Paradip in Odisha, 65 kilometres east-southeast of Digha and 35 kilometres south of Sagar Island in West Bengal.

Due to the cyclone Paradeep witnessed 87.1 M.M. rainfall, Bhubaneswar 33.8 M.M. and Balasore 48.4 M.M. rainfall.

Kolkata witnessed 30.4 M.M. rainfall, Digha 56.4 M.M. and HALDIA 34.8 M.M. rainfall.

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