The tropical depression over the waters of the Bay of Bengal developed into a tropical storm called Sittering. The satellite images in the Arab Regional Weather Center monitored huge bundles of cumulus clouds carrying large amounts of clouds, accompanied by winds at a speed of 72 km / h and waves of up to about 5 meters.
The weather forecast staff at the Arab Weather Center is likely to develop a tropical storm into a Category 1 hurricane in the coming hours, as the weather conditions suitable for this combine from the warm surface temperature of the water to the weak shear winds in the upper layers of the atmosphere, and it is expected to reach Bangladesh and parts of the country. Northeast of India tonight, accompanied by winds that may exceed 120 km / h, strong waves and heavy rain, if the storm develops into a hurricane.
Even if the tropical status classification remains a storm, it remains within the danger framework, threatening the areas exposed to the risk of torrential rains and floods.