CYCLONE  MORA-A BIG CYCLONE GOING TO HIT BANGLADESH NEXT MORNING

CYCLONE MORA-A BIG CYCLONE GOING TO HIT BANGLADESH NEXT MORNING

Bangladesh which is a country of south asia.From accuweather.com we have learned that bangladesh is going to be hitted by a divastating cylone named mora.the cyclone has a speed of  55 knots / 63 MPH.Bangladesh costguard authurity has given a warning signal of 10.he storm system is likely to intensify further as it moves in a northerly direction and make landfall in Chittagong and Cox’s Bazar tomorrow morning, it said.local agents and general people are taking cover for that cyclone.uthorities said they were monitoring weather developments and ready for any situation.

Bay of Bengal tropical cyclones have a notoriously deadly history.

As meteorologist Chris Dolce laid out in a previous article, the northern Bay of Bengal is one of the most storm-surge-prone coastlines in the world due to a combination of dense population, very flat terrain near the coast, the narrowing of the bay on its northern edge, the shallow bathymetry of the bay and numerous small inlets.

Of the 12 tropical cyclones on record that have claimed at least 100,000 lives, eight of those formed in the Bay of Bengal, according to Weather Underground.

One of these, the infamous Great Bhola Cyclone, killed at least 300,000 in November 1970, the world’s deadliest tropical cyclone of record.

In more recent times, Cyclone Nargis in 2008 devasted the Irrawaddy Delta region of Myanmar, claiming at least 130,000 lives.

(MORE: Which Countries Get Hit Most by Tropical Cyclones?)

Less intense storms have also been very deadly in the region.

In 2015, a tropical storm-strength cyclone, Cyclone Komen, hovered near the coast of Bangladesh and brought flooding rain to six countries that killed nearly 500 people. Cyclone Komen made weeks of heavy rainfall even worse as landslides occurred in Myanmar, and more than a million people were evacuated or displaced from Myanmar alone.

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