Alert: After Bengal, now it is the turn of West India, a hurricane will strike
Along with Ahmedabad Corona, India is also facing natural calamities. After Cyclone Amfa wreaked havoc in West Bengal, a new cyclone pattern is now forming in the Arabian Sea, which is feared to engulf West India.
"So far, there is no depression or cyclone in the Arabian Sea," said Skymet, a private meteorological agency. The current cyclone circulation in the southeastern Arabian Sea will create a low-pressure pressure, which could create a large pressure and go further and take the form of a large hurricane, although we will have to wait until then.
It will head northwest to Oman and reach the coast of Oman around May 31st. So around May 30, a hurricane is expected to form over the southeastern Arabian Sea. Which may move towards low pressure areas as well as intensify at low pressure and is expected to move along the coast of Gujarat by 3rd June. Heavy rains are expected along the east coast of the country, especially in Maharashtra and Gujarat, from early June.
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The hurricane can hit at a speed of about 110 km
If there is a hurricane on 3rd June, it may be in Gir-Somanath district of Saurashtra. Gir-Somna will be the focal point of Gir-Gadha village of the district and Gir forest. With this, more impact can be seen in the surrounding Porbandar, Junagadh, Amreli, Rajkot and Bhavnagar districts. The speed of the hurricane is expected to be around 110 km / h.