Cyclone “JAWAD” is unlikely to move towards Burma, but strong winds could cause strong winds

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Cyclone JAWAD is expected to cause strong winds along the Burmese coast and offshore, disrupting domestic air traffic. Near the shore The Department of Meteorology has issued a warning to offshore fishing vessels and vessels.

Cyclone “Ward” in the Bay of Bengal About 510 nautical miles west-northwest of Cocos Island. About 550 nautical miles west of Haigyi Island. India About 135 nautical miles southeast of Visakhapatnam.

About 195 nautical miles south of Golpapu; The epicenter was reported 235 nautical miles southwest of Puri and about 280 nautical miles southwest of Paradise, according to the Meteorological Department.

The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued.

Moderate to high waves with occasional strong winds are expected along the Burmese coast and offshore due to the speed of the cyclone.

During the monsoon, the water level rises. Surface winds of up to 35 mph are expected and the wave height will be 7 to 9 feet.

In the next 72 hours, Nay Pyi Taw; Sagaing Region Mandalay Region Magway Region Kachin State Scattered showers and thundershowers are forecast in Chin and Rakhine states.