Cyclone Mocha has been the topic of discussion for the last few days. We all expected to find information about the cyclone all over the news portals and social media, but the news that people are defying ‘great danger signal’ to witness the rough weather and seas was not something I expected. However, maybe it should not come as too big of a surprise.
The risk of severe Cyclone Mocha has decreased for Bangladesh as the severe cyclonic storm is heading towards Myanmar, according to the Bangladesh Meteorological Department
Under the influence of Cyclone Mocha, winds are getting stronger in St Martin's Island
The very severe cyclonic storm Mocha over east central Bay and adjoining areas moved north-northeast wards, and intensified over northeast Bay and adjoining areas
The government evacuated over 1.2 million people to safety in Cox’s Bazar and the efforts continued until late last night as Cyclone Mocha kept getting fiercer by the hour in the Bay of Bengal.
The Indian Met Department today forecast that extremely severe cyclonic storm Mocha was likely to gather more power later in the early hours today with a wind speed increasing to 210 to 220km per hour gusting up to 240km per hour
All examinations scheduled for Sunday (May 14) in colleges under the National University have been postponed due to the severe cyclonic storm Mocha in the Bay of Bengal
Cox's Bazar Airport will remain closed from 7:00am today to 7:00pm tomorrow due to the very severe cyclonic storm Mocha in the Bay of Bengal
Gaining more and more strength with each passing hour, Cyclone Mocha is likely to turn into an extremely severe cyclonic storm by this morning, say forecasts.