Agartala, November 18: Cyclone “Mithili,” born in the North-West Bay of Bengal, has unleashed its fury over the coastal areas of Bangladesh early this morning. As a result, the Meteorological Department in Tripura has issued a yellow alert for today.
According to the Weather Department, Cyclone Mithili has moved over the main part of Tripura this morning, causing some impact on the lower-lying areas of North Tripura district. In anticipation of the cyclone’s effects, a yellow warning has been issued by the weather office.
The impact of the cyclone is expected to extend to the surrounding areas of North Tripura district, prompting the Weather Department to advise precautionary measures. Yellow alert signifies the need to be aware of adverse weather conditions and take necessary precautions.
Authorities in the region have initiated preparedness measures to tackle any potential challenges posed by Cyclone Mithili. People are advised to stay updated with weather forecasts and follow safety guidelines issued by the authorities.
As the cyclone progresses, monitoring and response teams are on high alert to address any emergencies that may arise. Further updates and advisories will be issued based on the evolving situation. Stay tuned for the latest developments on Cyclone Mithili and follow safety protocols to ensure the well-being of the residents in the affected areas.