+ Cyclone Phailin Can Be Worse Than Hurricane Katrina : News for Seo - Smo - Business - Entertainment - Technologies

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Cyclone Phailin Can Be Worse Than Hurricane Katrina

India braces for Cyclone Phailin :

Cyclone Phailin is prediction to hit the coast between Kalingapatnam in Andhra Pradesh and Paradip in Odisha late on Saturday with a highest possible wind speed of 220 km per hour (135mph), the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said in its most recent bulletin. Meteorologists informed the cyclone could be more serious than Hurricane Katrina which ravaged parts of the US in 2005. Cyclones in the Bay of Bengal are typical at this time of year, often resulting in deaths, mass evacuations of coastal towns, power and telecoms disturbances and widespread destruction to crops and residence in eastern India and Bangladesh.

Indian people of cyclone warned areas travel to a more secure place, in Chhatrapur of Berhampur district on October 11, 2013. A "very severe" cyclone accumulated pace as it carried down on India's east coast where the military mobilised to support evacuation efforts and panicked locals recalled a devastating storm in 1999.




What to do when the cyclone strikes :

As eastern coastline braces itself for cyclone Phailin we will inform you how you can make sure yours and others protection by adhering to simple safety measures. The most essential step is to just depend on official information and facts and not create panic.