Cyclone Remal Leaves Devastation In Its Wake In Northeast

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Cyclone Remal, which made landfall near West Bengal and Bangladesh coast around 11:30 pm on May 26, has caused the highest amount of rainfall in the last 2 years in Tripura, as per the IMD. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) reported that the depression, a remnant of cyclonic storm "Remal," is expected to weaken into a well-marked low-pressure area over eastern Assam and its surrounding regions by Tuesday evening. Several districts of Assam were put on high alert in the wake of a forecast for heavy to extremely heavy rainfall under the impact of Cyclone Remal, which made landfall in neighbouring West Bengal and Bangladesh.

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