Indian Ocean | The latest developments in tropical disturbances in the Bay of Bengal and developments in reaching the first tropical activity of the year

2024-05-21 2024-05-21T14:45:26Z
هشام جمال
هشام جمال
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Arabia Weather - Weather specialists at the Arabia Weather Center monitor the developments of tropical disturbances witnessed in the northern Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal around the clock, as the latest images of remote sensing systems that are updated around the clock indicate that the northern Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal region is witnessing intense activity of tropical weather disturbances. Which is accompanied by very heavy rains and thunderstorms, part of which hits southern India with very heavy rains that may cause floods.

 

Arabian weather specialists: Very fertile weather conditions for the development of the first tropical condition in the Bay of Bengal, and numerical modeling senses this.

 

The weather specialists at the Arabia Weather Center believe that the scientific weather conditions for the formation of any tropical weather activity within the northern Indian Ocean region and the Bay of Bengal are favorable for this, as the water surface temperature exceeds 30 degrees Celsius, and the water surface temperature is considered the most important factor for the formation of tropical conditions, as it is considered It serves as the fuel that feeds thunderclouds, and through a process called energy release (in short, when warm, moist air rises towards the thunderstorm in the form of rising air currents, it cools and condenses. The meaning here is that it cools, i.e., it loses the thermal energy that it was gaining, and the loss of thermal energy means supplying the thunderstorm. With more convection currents necessary for its development until the atmospheric pressure decreases and an integrated orbital system is formed in terms of structure, and this is called the energy release process)

Computer numerical modeling senses that atmospheric pressure values will decrease over the central waters of the Bay of Bengal during the next 48 hours, and the region may be on the cusp of the formation of the first tropical depression, as thunderclouds begin to consolidate and rotate in a regular movement around the low air pressure area.

 

Under Watch: A low pressure system may develop into the first tropical storm in the Bay of Bengal and head towards Burma and Bangladesh.

 

Weather forecasters in ArabiaWeather said that the internally developed computer simulation systems indicate a high probability of the tropical low pressure system developing into the first tropical storm in the Bay of Bengal this year, heading towards Burma and Bangladesh on Friday and Saturday, as the storm is accompanied by strong winds and rain with a very high rate of intensity. For several continuous hours, which increases the risk of flash floods and landslides and mountain collapses as a result of heavy rains, in addition to a sharp rise in waves, reaching wave heights of more than 4 meters, and the sea is rough.

On a related level, a tropical weather system can be classified as a tropical storm when the average wind speed reaches 34 to 63 knots per hour. It should be noted that the expected tropical state will be the first in the first season of tropical activity, which is called (Pre-monsoon), that is, the season that precedes monsoon activity in the Arabian Sea.

We at the Arabia Weather Center are monitoring any developments that may occur in the expected tropical storm around the clock, and we will provide you with the details immediately.

 

God knows.

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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