Cyclone Amphan and its impact on India.

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Cyclone Amphan and its impact on India.

Research shows Tropical Cyclones being seriously affected due to the global warming.

Alert: It has been declared that Cyclone Amphan likely to touch land by 7:00 PM on 20/05/2020

Cyclone Amphan has moved through West Bengal’a coastal are located around the Sunderbans. Cyclone to arrive at Kolkata as heavy storms has caused serious damage with landfall. The observatory bodies have noticed an extremely severe damage that cyclone Amphan has brought especially with heavy rain, winds and critical landfall in West Bengal and Bangladesh. Emergency evacuation of more than 6 lacs population has been facilitated from coastal are of West Bengal and Odisha. However, the wind speed of 160kmph has given the major start in West Bengal. Sever situation has forced the emergency teams to improve the situation condition and avoid major damages caused by Cyclone Amphan. Approximately 40 teams were assigned with tree cutters and other equipment used for the restoration from landfall especially at Odisha and West Bengal under the control of directions from respective state authorities. Post disasters of Covid-19 severity, the Cyclone Amphan was also highly considered to facilitate the workers with PPE kits in order to prevent further critical consequences.

This Tropical cyclones were mainly observed as one of the hurricanes mainly influenced by the global warming that causes huge storms followed by the serious damages. Plenty of researches were conducted with an incorporation of climate models in order to find out its impact from greenhouse gases, pollution and other issues causes the Cyclone Amphan like disasterd mainly on the tropical areas. It has been found out from extensive range of observations that greenhouse gases are responsible for increasing the temperature in the atmosphere. which causes the coastal area based oceans to facilitate itself for balancing the natural atmosphere. it is possible to generate the serious tropical cyclones such as “Cyclone Amphan” due to unbalanced situation happening in the atmosphere.

However, the issues are pointing out the roots of causes towards the air pollution on the specific layers of atmospheric area. Therefore, the rising situations with decreased control over the are pollution are responsible for global warming around the tropical area and causing critical Cyclones lire Amphan. As a result, it becomes necessitates to decrease the Greenhouse gases in atmosphere including carbon dioxide produced from transportation vehicles and industrial power plants. Volcanic were also observed as a severe contributor to the tropical cyclones where, the temperature is imbalanced on the sea surface.

However, these destruction from tropical storms have become one of the key disasters caused because of the climate change in the specific locations and causing the damage such as Cyclone Amphan with 40 km diameter. These situation has made impact with heavy rains, strong winds and certain landfall. The Cyclone Amphan was measured with its advanced calculations and found proceeding in the north-northeast direction. The directions of disasters are also pointing out on the delay of monsoon in kerala by looking at the intensity of Cyclone Amphan.

On the other hand, the emergency teams are also emphasizing on the minimum disasters and avoiding the compromise towards social distancing standards that might increase the coronavirus cases. As a cumulative facts, the two serious situations might give other critical causes. The emergency systems to provide 24X7 support to take control over the situations to avoid the collapses and disruptions. Indian Meteorological Department were observed to proceed with their maximum efforts on the Cyclone Amphan. The critical impact has been observed on West Bengal and Bangladesh with an extremely severe storms, landfalls and heavy rain and tidal waves. The state governments declared the heavy rainfall warning in Assam, Odisha, Meghalaya, West Bengal and Sikkim.

However, the global warming were not the only responsible factor behind the Cyclone Amphan. Although its impact on the atmosphere and Cyclone Amphan can not be disagreed as a major observation. More minor level of observation might disclose other factors involved in the cyclonic storms and other serious consequences. Neverthless, the 2020 has been considered as year with on of the most highest temperatures observed on the earth that might influence the intensity of Cyclone Amphan.