north indian ocean
03 June 2020: 05 UTC
The coastal regions of western India will be directly impacted by Nisarga. The landfall point should be located south of Mumbai (Bombay). This is only the third direct impact for Maharashtra since 1891.
02 June 2020: 05 UTC
A tropical storm could emerge in Arabian Sea in the coming hours. The system would pose a potential threat to the west coasts of the Indian peninsula. A landfall near the megacity Mumbai (Bombay) is expected.
May 30, 2020: 05 UTC
Coastal regions of the Arabian Peninsula are affected by torrential rain associated with a tropical depression. These rains mainly concern the Sultanate of Oman and Yemen. Off India, a suspect area could evolve into a tropical storm in the coming days.
May 20, 2020: 06 UTC
Tropical cyclone Amphan will strike. Landfall is scheduled for the end of the day or overnight over south of Calcutta. The storm surge could cause an abnormal rise of sea level and cause flooding in areas directly affected by the core of the cyclone.
19 May 2020: 06 UTC
The powerful tropical cyclone Amphan has temporarily weakened due to a eyewall replacement cycle. The system continues to approach the coasts of West Bengal and Bangladesh. Landfall in south of Calcutta is expected Wednesday.
18 May 2020: 07 UTC
As expected, Amphan has become a powerful and dangerous tropical cyclone inside Bay of Bengal. Intensity and track forecast is particulary disturbing for the North East India or Bangladesh, with a potentially devastating impact.
May 17, 2020: 08 UTC
Amphan is the first system of the 2020 hurricane season in the North Indian Ocean. It has the potential to become a powerful and dangerous tropical cyclone. Landfall is expected in the middle of next week over West Bengal or Bangladesh
May 16, 2020: 07 UTC
The 2020 hurricane season of the North Indian Ocean is launched. The future Amphan storm is forming in the Bay of Bengal and represents a serious potential threat to India and Bangladesh.
May 13, 2020: 06 UTC
The probability of cyclogenesis for the next 5 days is high in the North Indian Ocean. The suspect zone 91B located in the Southeast sector of the Bay of Bengal could widen significantly with the possibility of the formation of a tropical storm at the end of the week or this Weekend.
April 30, 2020: 11 UTC
The latest trends show an increased risk of a tropical storm formation in Bay of Bengal. A cyclogenesis could take place in the first part of next week in Andaman and Nicobar's area.
April 28, 2020: 09 UTC
The context is favorable to cyclone activity in the Indian Ocean. An active phase of the Madden-Julian oscillation could increase the risk of cyclogenesis in the Bay of Bengal, and launch the 2020 North Indian Ocean cyclonic season.
November 9, 2019: 07 UTC - The tropical cyclone Bulbul will impact the shores of West Bengal and Bangladesh late in the day and into the night. Bulbul will still be a strong storm at the moment of impact despite an expected weakening.
November 8, 2019: 09 UTC - Cyclone Bulbul evolving in the Bay of Bengal is a serious threat for Bangladesh. A direct impact on this country particularly exposed to the risk of storm surge is expected during this weekend.
November 6, 2019: 07 UTC - The North Indian Ocean continues to be active. India is encircled by the storm Maha which should end its race over Gujarat and by Ex-Matmo which is reinforced in the Bay of Bengal.
October 31, 2019: 05 UTC - The cyclonic activity in the Arabian Sea is busy with two simultaneous systems. Kyarr continues to weaken towards Socotra, while Maha, who was recently named, is expected to strengthen and move toward Arabian Peninsula.
October 30, 2019: 05 UTC - Cyclone activity continues in the Arabian Sea with two centers of interest. In the North, Kyarr continues to lose intensity, while in the Southeast, a new cyclogenesis is in progress in the Lakshadweep-Maldives area.
29 October 2019: 04 UTC - Kyarr who made the show in recent days begins to weaken. A new cyclogenesis could start in the second half of the week from suspect area 99A located in southwestern of Sri Lanka.
October 28, 2019: 06 UTC - Kyarr became Sunday 27th an impressive Super Cyclonic Storm, which corresponds to the top of the intensity scale in the North Indian Ocean. The future of the cyclone is very uncertain. Where will he go? This is the question everyone is asking today.
October 26, 2019: 05 UTC - Tropical cyclone Kyarr could experience a phase of rapid intensification. According to the RSMC of New Delhi, it is not excluded that it reaches the stage of Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm, which is the equivalent of a category 4 on the Saffir-Simpson scale.
October 25, 2019: 06 UTC - The North Indian Ocean awakes with, as expected, the formation of Cyclonic Storm Kyarr. The system that seems to have the potential to become a tropical cyclone in the next few days, will head to the Arabian Peninsula.