The dreaded ‘Migzaum’ is coming again

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At the end of this month, the terrible cyclone ‘Migjaum’ may hit the coasts of Bangladesh, India and Myanmar. This terrible cyclone is going to hit Midhili without stopping.
This information was reported by Indian media Hindustan Times. It is said that another cyclone is going to form in the Bay of Bengal, its name is ‘Migjaum’. The coasts of Bangladesh, India and Myanmar can be affected by it.
Meteorologist Sourish Banerjee said that a low pressure may develop near the South Andaman Sea next Sunday; Which is far away from West Bengal. That potential depression may strengthen further and become a deep depression over Southeast Bay of Bengal on Monday.
A strong cyclone is expected to enter the Bay of Bengal from the Gulf of Thailand on November 27. It will gradually accumulate energy towards the north-west. The cyclone may intensify into a cyclonic storm on November 29. On December 5, the cyclone may hit different parts of Bangladesh.
The Cyclone Regional Organization of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) gives the name ESCAPE to cyclonic storms in the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal. New cyclone names are decided periodically from the list of names provided by 13 countries in the region.
If the fourth cyclone is born in the Bay of Bengal, it will be named Michahong. But it should be pronounced Migzaum. Myanmar proposed this name.
Note that Cyclone Midhili hit the coast of Bay of Bengal on November 17. According to the Directorate of Disaster Management, the cyclonic storm has left the highest impact in 13 districts of the country. Of these, the greater southern region including Khulna, Patuakhali, Barguna and Barisal districts suffered the most loss of resources.

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