Super Cyclone Amphan in excess of West-Central Bay of Bengal has weakened as an extremely critical cyclone by Tuesday noon, in advance of a projected landfall in excess of the West Bengal-Bangladesh coastline tomorrow (Wednesday). But, the India Meteorological Office (IMD) has held out a warning that the cyclone would also bring about temperatures to rise on its trail, in excess of land throughout the region.
Utmost temperatures are currently regular to beneath regular in excess of most sections of the region immediately after cooler western disturbances intervened in excess of North-West and East India and later on Amphan dropped anchor in the Bay. Rain-driving winds would now be changed by dry north-westerly winds and resultant dry weather in excess of North-West, Central and West India, the IMD said on Tuesday afternoon.
Utmost temperatures might rise slowly by two-four levels Celsius in excess of the plains of North-West,