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Moving across to the Indian Ocean and a worrying disturbance has formed over the Bay of Bengal. With SSTs much above the average at 31C and low wind shear I fear this will be a bad one. The hot SSTs also extend at depth so there will be a huge amount of energy to help this disturbance quickly intensify.

Fingers crossed it gets caught up in some dry air but cyclones in this region during May are often strong.

 

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