Pair of Tropical Threats in Indian Ocean; India, Oman and Yemen on Alert


A tropical system has developed in the Northern Indian Ocean and could bring impacts to Oman, Yemen and Somalia later this week. In addition, AccuWeather meteorologists are monitoring the possible development of a second system, with possible impacts for India and Bangladesh. The North Indian Ocean is now entering its second peak of the tropical season. This surge occurs during the months of October and November, following a period of less activity during the monsoon season that started in late May. As warm ocean waters remain in the Bay of Bengal, an area of low pressure is tracking near Sri Lanka to the southeast of India

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