Cyclone Nisarga is likely to make landfall at Alibaug in Raigad as a severe cyclonic storm on Wednesday. Wind speed likely to be around 120 km per hour at the time of landfall.
The DEEP DEPRESSION over the Arabian Sea off the Maharashtra coast has now formally framed into a cyclonic tempest, dedicated as Cyclone Nisarga. The violent wind is probably going to increase into an extreme cyclonic tempest in the following 12 hours, the most recent report by the Indian Meteorological Department said on Tuesday.
According to the IMD’s 4 pm notice, by 2.30 pm the Cyclone Nisarga lay focused over the east-focal Arabian Sea around 290 km west-northwest of Panjim (Goa), 380 km south-southwest of Mumbai (Maharashtra) and 600 km south-southwest of Surat (Gujarat).
Twister Nisarga is probably going to make landfall at Alibaug in Raigad as an extreme cyclonic tempest on Wednesday. Wind speed prone to associate with 120 km for every hour at the hour of landfall.
“Twister Nisarga is probably going to move about northwards during next hardly any hours, recurve north-northeastwards from that point and cross north Maharashtra and connecting south Gujarat coast among Harihareshwar and Daman, near Alibag (Raigad District, Maharashtra) during the evening of June 3 as a serious cyclonic tempest with a most extreme continued breeze speed of 100-110 kmph blasting to 120 kmph,” the IMD alert said.
Twister Nisarga is probably going to carry light to direct precipitation at most places with overwhelming to exceptionally substantial falls at segregated places likely over Konkan and Goa during the following 24 hours. Light to direct precipitation is likewise expected over waterfront Karnataka, Madhya Maharashtra, and Marathwada during the next 24 hours.
Very substantial precipitation is conceivable at segregated places in Mumbai, Palgar, Thane and Raigad areas, and northcentral Maharashtra on June 3.
The IMD has anticipated light to direct precipitation at most places with substantial to extremely overwhelming falls at disconnected places over south Konkan – Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg locale – and Goa and south Gujarat area – Valsad, Navsari, Dang, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Surat regions – on June 3.
Confined places in west Madhya Pradesh may likewise encounter precipitation on June 3.
The tempest flood of around 1-2 meters stature above galactic tide is probably going to immerse low lying regions of Mumbai, Thane and Raigad areas and 0.5-1 meter tallness over the
cosmic tide prone to immerse low lying regions of the Ratnagiri area during the hour of landfall.
Anglers have been prompted not to wander into the east-focal and upper east Arabian Sea and along and off Karnataka-Goa-Maharashtra-south Gujarat coasts till June 3.