A tornado that is likely in the Arabian Sea around 300 kilometers off the nation’s west coast will be nearest to Gujarat’s Saurashtra and Kutch on June 13-14.Cyclone Vayu will bring heavy rainfall in Gujarat, Maharashtra.
Shubhangi Bhute, a researcher with the India Metrological Department (IMD) in Mumbai, revealed to India Today TV that the typhoon will be nearest to Gujarat’s Saurashtra and Kutch on June 13-14. “However, it will even now be numerous kilometers from land,” said Shubhangi Bhute.
An overwhelming precipitation cautioning has been issued in parts of Gujarat in the following couple of days because of a melancholy in the Arabian Sea which is probably going to transform into a serious cyclonic tempest, the MeT said.An alert has been sounded in 10 districts of Gujarat as Cyclone Vayu has turned “very severe” and its impact is expected to remain strong for 24 hours even after its landfall on Thursday, officials said.
Anglers have been exhorted not to wander into the ocean in the following couple of days and ports have been approached to hail the threat signal.
The Cyclone Vayu Gujarat Maharashtra over south-east, connecting Lakshadweep and east-focal Arabian Sea moved northwards with a speed of around 31 kmph on Monday.
It lay fixated at 8.30 am on Monday close scope 12.5N and longitude 71.0E over east-focal and connecting south-east Arabian Sea and Lakshadweep region, around 240 km northwest of Aminidivi (Lakshadweep), 760 km south-southwest of Mumbai (Maharashtra) and 930 km south-southeast of Veraval (Gujarat), an arrival of the MeT division said.
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