Cyclone Yaas is all set to hit the east coast of India on 26 May. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) says that Yas Cyclone has turned into a “severe cyclonic storm” since yesterday and it is now estimated that the storm will hit Paradip in Odisha and Sagar Island of Bengal till 12 noon on 26 May. Will pass through It is believed that in both West Bengal and Odisha, a severe form of cyclone can be seen, although governments are taking necessary steps before the cyclone arrives. There are some such websites and apps that can help you keep track of cyclone Yas and its speed in real time. We are going to inform you about this through this article.
The UMANG app is the Sarkar app, which has separate sections for all IMD department services … including real-time tracking of cyclones. You can download this app from App Store or Google Play store and then search IMD on the search bar. Carousel on the homepage also warns of cyclone, and clicking on it will take you to the IMD section. It also has an option called Cyclone, which can be used to track Yas in real time.
The Windy.com website also offers a real-time view of the cyclone with the perfect location and severity. It also has a timeline, which allows you to go ahead of time to see when the cyclone will knock and how it is going to have an impact. Users can also see the figures of rain, lightning thunder, wind speed, temperature and clouds.
IMD’s Mausam website
The website has been developed by the Ministry of Earth Sciences, which helps in real-time trekking of the cyclone. On the homepage, you will find an option called Cyclone, after clicking on it, you will arrive at the bulletin of all weather related warnings in the coming time in the country. In the side menu you will find an option called Interactive Track of Cyclone, through which you can see where the cyclone is currently in sight and where it will leave its impact in the coming days.
The Regional Specialized Meteorological Center, also known as RSMC, also provides real-time tracking of Yas Cyclone. This website has also been developed by the Indian Ministry of Earth Sciences. Click here to see where the cyclone situation is currently.