According to weather information website Skymet, it is also being said that cyclonic storm (Taukte Cyclone Hindi) can reach Gujarat and adjoining Pakistan by the evening of 18 May.
Taukte Cyclone in Pakistan: Cyclone taking place from the Arabian Sea is taking a rapid form. It is also expected to affect India as well as parts of Pakistan. Both India and Pakistan are currently facing the Corona virus epidemic, in which case this storm can cause problems for both countries (Taukte Cyclone in Pakistan). The Meteorological Department is giving information about the storm related to the storm on the south west coast of India. It is being said that Taukte will take the form of a storm on Saturday, May 15 and will move towards the north-west direction.
According to weather information website Skymet, it is also being said that cyclonic storm can reach Gujarat and adjoining Pakistan by the evening of 18 May (Taukte Cyclone Hindi). Apart from this, a cyclonic circulation is also forming over the central region of Pakistan. Pakistani media says that the cyclonic storm could affect Karachi and the eastern part of the country. If this happens, it may be the strongest storm after the year 1999 cyclone. Due to which there can be heavy rains here.
53 teams deployed
Given the situation of the storm, the administration and the security team are on alert. 53 teams of NDRF have been deployed. Earlier on Friday, there has been rain on the coast of Kottayam. Stymet says that the next 48 hours may be difficult, during which severe weather conditions may occur in Kerala, Karnataka and Konkan. If the storm continues continuously, its effect will be visible till Maharashtra, Lakshadweep, Goa and Maharashtra (Taukte Cyclone Path). At present, Yellow Alert has been issued in Mumbai and Thane. Looking at the situation, orange alert is going on in some parts of Gujarat and Kerala.
#CycloneTauktae might hit Karachi and the eastern side of Pakistan. If it does, it will be the strongest in these areas since a May 1999 cyclone made landfall near the India-Pakistan border. Stay safe! pic.twitter.com/jXNVvIJp7x
– Wajahat Kazmi @ (@KazmiWajahat) May 14, 2021
Strong winds with heavy rain
Strong winds will be recorded in the affected areas with heavy rains. The Meteorological Department estimates that there will be heavy rainfall in the interior areas of Kerala, Karnataka, Konkan, Goa and Tamil Nadu today, that is, on Saturday. Along with this, sea waves will also rise to a height (Cylcone in India). Due to which complete preparation has been started at all places. Deployment of personnel has been done for relief and rescue. 24 teams have been deployed in Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat and Maharashtra alone. It is estimated that from 16 to 19 May, it can also turn into a big storm.
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