New Delhi: After the Cyclone ‘Gulab’ hit the Bay of Bengal and impacted the japanese coast, Cyclone Shaheen is more likely to kind over the northeast Arabian Sea on Thursday night time or Friday morning, and the uncommon situation is more likely to carry heavy to very heavy rain in Konkan area and Gujarat’s Saurashtra, based on the India Meteorological Division (IMD).
The identify ‘Shaheen’ is given by Qatar, which is part of the member nations for the naming of a tropical cyclone within the Indian Ocean.
The low-pressure space created as a result of Cyclone Storm Gulab is now within the Gujarat coast, Northeast Arabian sea, and can intensify right into a despair by Thursday. From October 1, it’s going to turn out to be a brand new cyclone named ‘Shaheen’, information company ANI quoted IMD senior scientist RK Jenamani as saying.
What are affected areas?
The well-marked low-pressure space is mendacity over Gujarat’s Saurashtra area and can probably transfer west-northwestwards, emerge into the northeast Arabian Sea and intensify right into a despair earlier than shifting additional west-northwestwards and intensify right into a cyclonic storm, Shaheen, in the course of the subsequent 24 hours, the climate division predicted in its bulletin issued on Thursday.
It’s then more likely to proceed west-northwestwards, near Pakistan – Mekran coasts, shifting away from the Indian coast. A well-marked low-pressure space can also be mendacity over Jharkhand and adjoining West Bengal. The east-west trough is operating from cyclonic circulation related to the low-pressure space over Saurashtra, IMD stated.
Beneath the affect of those programs, heavy to very heavy rain is probably going at remoted locations over Saurashtra & Kutch and heavy rain is probably going at remoted locations over Gujarat area, north Konkan, Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha and Jharkhand.
Heavy rainfall can also be probably at remoted locations in Bihar until October 3, based on the climate division.
Fishermen have been suggested to keep away from venturing into north and adjoining central Arabian Sea and alongside and off Gujarat and north Maharashtra coasts until October 2.