The threat of natural cyclone is looming in the coastal areas of Maharashtra and Gujarat. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned that cyclonic storm will cross northern Maharashtra and southern Gujarat in the evening of 3 June.
Red alert issued in coastal areas of Maharashtra and Gujarat
A cyclone can hit at a speed of 110 km / h
NDRF teams deployed in Maharashtra and Gujarat
Cyclonic storm ‘Nisarg’ can knock off the coast of Gujarat on 3 June. In view of this, alerts have been issued in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, Daman-Diu and Dadra Nagar Haveli. In view of the possibility of destruction due to this, the state governments have ordered the evacuation of people living in the lower places. Also, 10 teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have been deployed in more than half a dozen districts. A total of 23 NDRF teams have been deployed to deal with the threat of nature.
The cyclone has reached near Mumbai and Palghar. It is about to hit the sea coast in Mumbai. This will be the first serious cyclone for Mumbai. Actually, the low pressure area on the Arabian Sea is moving towards Mumbai, its speed is 11 kilometers per hour. But the wind speed can be 120 kilometers per hour as soon as its storm changes. It is now 430 km from Mumbai.
Heavy rain in Goa
Goa has also started raining in Gujarat and Maharashtra amid alerts of natural cyclone. The Meteorological Department estimates that due to the impact of the cyclone, heavy rains will continue in the coastal areas with strong wind.
Advice to fishermen in Goa not to go to sea
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast heavy rains in many parts of North and South Goa districts and wind speeds ranging from 45 to 55 kmph. In view of this danger, people in Goa have been advised not to go to the sea beaches in the next two days.
Cyclone can catch the speed of 125 kmph
If this pressure turns into a severe cyclonic storm, the wind speed can be from 105 to 115 km per hour. At the same time, wind speed can reach 125 kilometers per hour on tomorrow i.e. on June 3. According to the Meteorological Department, “This will cause heavy rain in the southern Gujarat region on June 3 and 4.”
Likely to hit Gujarat-Maharashtra coast by June 3
India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that the low pressure area over the Arabian Sea could take the form of a cyclone in the next 24 hours. The department has warned that cyclonic storm will cross northern Maharashtra and southern Gujarat on the evening of June 3, which is expected to cause heavy rains. According to the Meteorological Department, the low pressure area is currently 300 km from Goa. At the same time, fishermen have been advised not to go to sea shore in both states.
After reviewing the preparations, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that 10 teams of NDRF in five districts of southern Gujarat – Surat, Bharuch, Navsari, Valsad and Dong and Bhavnagar and Amreli districts of Saurashtra to deal with any situation arising due to the cyclone. Have been posted.
Alert in Mumbai and nearby districts
The Maharashtra government has issued an alert for Mumbai and surrounding districts in view of cyclonic storm ‘Nisarg’. 10 teams of NDRF have been deployed in sensitive districts, while 6 others have been kept on alert. Adequate precautions are being taken to protect chemical and nuclear power plants located in coastal Palghar and Raigad districts.
Thackeray said in a statement that an alert has been sounded in Mumbai city, Mumbai suburban district, Thane, Palghar, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts in view of the cyclonic storm developing in the Arabian Sea.
Home Minister Amit Shah took stock of the situation
In view of the threat of cyclonic storm ‘Nature’, Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting of National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) officials and Chief Ministers of the affected states to prepare for dealing with it. During this, he assured all possible help in video conferencing.
Due to the onset of monsoon and cyclonic activity in the Arabian Sea due to rain in many places, the temperature on Monday was below normal in large parts of the country. The southwest monsoon reached Kerala on Monday at its appointed time, and with this, the rainy season lasting 4 months started. Due to western disturbances, there was rain in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.
5 days’ relief from heat stroke
India Meteorological Department said in a bulletin, “There is no possibility of heat wave in the country in the next 5 days.” Delhi was partly cloudy and the maximum temperature was recorded at 35.4 degrees Celsius. Wardha (Vidarbha) recorded the highest temperature at 43.4 degrees Celsius, one degree below the temperature recorded at 44.5 degrees Celsius in Khargone, Madhya Pradesh on Sunday.
There will be more rain in North India
IMD said that there is a possibility of ‘above normal’ monsoon rainfall in North India, there will be ‘normal’ rainfall in Central India and Southern Peninsula. However, East and Northeast India are expected to receive less rainfall than other parts of the country.
Monsoon knocked in Kerala
Monsoon has knocked in Kerala on Monday. With this, heavy to very heavy rainfall occurred in many parts of Kerala on Monday. Red alert was issued for two days in the district. Red alert of heavy to very heavy rain Expresses the possibility.
Rain also in Mumbai
After becoming a low pressure area in the Arabian Sea, Mumbai and its adjoining areas suffered heavy showers in the morning. According to IMD’s website, Dharavi in Mumbai recorded the highest 31.46 mm rainfall in the last 24 hours. On Sunday too, thunderstorms occurred in some parts of the state including Pune and there were rains with strong winds.
It will rain in Delhi
The temperature in the national capital Delhi was recorded at 7 degrees below normal on Monday. The Safdarjung Observatory recorded a maximum temperature of 35.4 ° C while the Palam Observatory recorded a maximum temperature of 36 ° C. The Meteorological Department has forecast a splash in the city with very light rain or thunder. During this time, maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be around 37 and 23 degrees Celsius respectively.
Rain in UP
Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, recorded a maximum temperature of 36.4 degrees Celsius, four degrees below normal. In some parts of the state, Ballia received 7.3 mm of rainfall and Gorakhpur 0.8 mm. Banda was the hottest place in the state with mercury settling at 41.6 degrees Celsius, followed by Jhansi at 41.1 degrees Celsius and Allahabad at 40.8 degrees Celsius.
Temperature low in Punjab and Haryana too
Several parts of Haryana and Punjab received rain in the last two-three days and the maximum temperature remained below normal level on Monday. Chandigarh recorded a maximum temperature of 33.8 degrees Celsius, six degrees above normal. Ludhiana in Punjab recorded a temperature of 32.9 degrees Celsius, 7 degrees below normal.
In Haryana, the maximum temperature of Ambala was recorded at 32.9 degrees Celsius, 7 degrees below normal, while the temperature in Karnal was eight degrees below normal. The maximum temperature in Hisar was recorded at 34.5 degrees Celsius, 8 degrees below normal, while Narnaul was recorded at 35.5 degrees Celsius.
Rains in Rajasthan
In some parts of Rajasthan, it rained with winds on Monday. Churu recorded 63.6 mm of rainfall, Jaipur 11.7 mm, Ajmer 2.6 mm, Kota 0.6 mm. Kota was the hottest place in the state where the temperature was 40.9 degrees Celsius, 40 in Jaisalmer, 39.8 in Bikaner, 38.5 degree Celsius in Barmer and Churu. The department is expected to witness strong thunderstorms with thunderstorm / thunderstorm somewhere in Ajmer, Alwar, Banswara, Dungarpur, Pratapgarh, Bhilwara, Bharatpur, Dhaulpur, Karauli, Kota, Jaipur, Bikaner, Churu, Ganganagar, Nagaur during the next 24 hours. Is expressed.