Cyclone Tauktae and its Impact | UPSE | Sociology IQ
Cyclone Tauktae, at present focused over Lakshadweep, has increased into a cyclonic tempest.
1-It is probably going to heighten further into a serious cyclonic tempest in the following 24 hours.
2-It is probably going to move north-northwestwards and reach close to Gujarat coast by May 18.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) keeps up turning arrangements of names.
The word Tauktae has been proposed by Myanmar, which signifies ‘gecko’, an unmistakably vocal reptile, in the Burmese language.
1-The name is the fourth from another rundown of 169 names delivered by the IMD a year ago.
How are cyclones named?
1-A WMO/ESCAP (World Meteorological Organization/United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific) Panel on Tropical Cyclones concurred on a basic level to appoint names to the cyclones in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea during its 27th meeting held in Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, in 2000.
2-The naming of the cyclones over the north Indian Ocean initiated from September 2004, with names given by eight individuals, beginning with Bangladesh, trailed by India. From that point forward, another five nations have joined the Panel.
3-The Regional Specialized Meteorological Center (RSMC), New Delhi is liable for naming the cyclonic tempests shaped over the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea when they arrive at the important force.
There are six RSMCs on the planet, including the IMD and five Tropical Cyclone Warning Centers.