Strongest Cyclone Hits India And Bangladesh - The Cyclones that come from Himalayas hit the Indian Peninsula on October 11th and September 27th, respectively. The Indian Meteorological Department has forecasted that the cyclones will come in between October 5th and October 12th.

The cyclone is forecast to hit the coastline of India's East Coast and will create severe weather conditions including heavy rainfall. It could also cause some flooding in the lowlands.

The cyclone is expected to bring very heavy rains on the coastal areas of Indian Peninsula and in Bangladesh. The heavy rainfall will last for about six days or more and will affect at least a few districts of India. The cyclone is forecast to weaken after September 27th.

It is a good time to prepare for the cyclone in India and Bangladesh. Many preparation measures have been taken by the meteorological department and you should be able to take advantage of the cyclone as it arrives over your place.

The first thing to do is to plan how to evacuate if the cyclone hits your area. This is best done if you can contact the Met department at least two weeks before the cyclone comes. They will provide you with a suitable cyclone evacuation plan and advise you about the best time to leave your house.

Make sure you know all about cyclone and what it might do to your area. Have a plan in place and be prepared in case the cyclone strikes on your home. It is best to have a cyclone forecast, which is based on a computer model, so that you can forecast how strong the cyclone will be before the cyclone hit the coastline. This will help you to prepare well in advance and save yourself from the wrath of a cyclone.

The weather station and other important information will tell you exactly when the cyclone arrives. Be prepared to get yourself packed and off to your home and be safe. The last thing you want is for the cyclone to destroy or damage your home or leave you with no choice but to go to the shelter in a nearby location. The storm will come and then you will be glad that you took precautions.

So pack your bags and go ahead and be safe on October 11th or November 27th, whichever comes first, and get ready for the cyclone to come! The weather department will provide you with the most accurate forecast for cyclones and its expected strength.

You should make a note of the cyclone's expected strength when it arrives. Then you should make a list of all the places that you would like to be when the cyclone passes through, such as in a hospital, a classroom or a church. A map can also be useful to help you get to a safe shelter that will be there when the storm passes.

If you are away from the coast on November 27th, you may not be able to get to a shelter until the cyclone hits. So if you know that a school or church is closing, you could visit it and get yourself in touch with the weather officials. for information about shelters that may be available. The weather department can also give you details on what shelters may be available in your area if they are not already occupied by cyclone evacuees.

A shelter will usually provide shelter for hundreds if not thousands of people during a cyclone and there may be sheltered in many locations. If the shelter is close to an airport, a hospital or any other emergency facilities, you can call the authorities to let them know where you are staying.

You will need to have a plan of action and decide how you are going to leave your home when the cyclone arrives. If you stay put, make sure you check the weather report and then have a friend or relative take you and your family to safety. The last thing you want to do is spend your life in a tent or car waiting for the weather to clear.

If the weather is bad, you may wish to travel by a boat or an airplane so that you can reach safer ground when the cyclone hits. Be prepared to evacuate your home and take cover.