The latest Cyclone in the Indian Ocean, ‘Jal’ is on its way to Andhra Pradesh, India. The state is now on the verge of being hit by the latest cyclone this year, and will strike between Machilipatnam and Chennai in the next 3-4 days. The depression was located some 1400 kms from Andhra Pradesh, in the Gulf of Thailand, and as per the weather officials this tropical depression will turn into a cyclone in the coming few days.
Forecasts are showing even more threatening outcomes from this cyclone, as it is said to develop into a super cyclone as it moves towards India in the coming days. If Jal turns into a super cyclone, then it will be leaving a huge trail of destruction in the state of Andhra Pradesh, which may be taking lives of many people in the south state of India.
The weather officials are saying that, as ‘Jal’ advances towards India, it is gathering in more steam and energy from the waters below and will eventually be forming into a super cyclone. Jal may sustain wind speeds between 200-250 kmph, which is very lethal to the coastal regions, and will be having the capacity to destroy strong houses and wiping out villages.