Cyclone Mokha is moving towards the coast with a speed of seven to eight kilometers per hour. The storm has been moving at that speed all day today. However, this speed can increase at any time. Such is the nature of such storms. The storm was located at a distance of 1,200 to 1,300 km from the coast of Bangladesh at six o’clock on Thursday.
The radius gradually increases from the center to the edge of the storm. Many clouds and winds have started to swirl around the center of the cyclone. Its radius is about 700 square kilometers. From next Saturday, due to the impact of this cyclone, rain may start in a wide area including the coastal areas of the country. According to the sources of the Department of Meteorology, this information is known.