A night after it hit the coastal belt of West Bengal, Cyclone’s “Remal” poses a threat to neighbouring bordering areas of Jharkhand. 

Though the cyclone’s impact is not expected to impact the entire state, areas bordering West Bengal, especially parts of Santal Pargana and Kolhan, are likely to experience its brunt. 

Meteorologists from the Ranchi-based India Meteorological Department (IMD) anticipate significant effects in regions adjoining West Bengal, excluding the Palamu division. 

On Monday, May 27, districts such as East Singhbhum, West Singhbhum, and Seraikela-Kharsawan in the Kolhan division may witness winds blowing at speeds ranging from 40 to 50 kilometers per hour. 

Similar conditions are forecasted for adjacent districts like Ranchi, Khunti, Ramgarh, Bokaro, and Dhanbad.


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