New Delhi, October 17
The low strain over the Arabian Sea intensified right into a despair on Saturday however is transferring away from the Indian coast and no hostile climate is probably going over the west coast, the Cyclone Warning Division of the IMD stated.
“Yesterday’s effectively marked low strain space over eastcentral Arabian Sea off north Maharashtra coast moved west-northwestwards, concentrated right into a despair,” the CWD stated.
“It is vitally more likely to transfer practically westwards in the course of the subsequent 48 hours and weaken steadily thereafter. Because the system may be very more likely to transfer away from the Indian coast no hostile climate related to this technique is probably going over the west coast of India,” it added.
The IMD has, nevertheless, cautioned fishermen from venturing into the central and north Arabian Sea.
It stated mild to reasonable rainfall at a couple of locations may be very probably over coastal districts of Saurashtra and Kutch throughout subsequent 24 hours.
Sea situations will probably be tough to very tough over eastcentral and adjoining northeast Arabian Sea on October 17 and over central and northwest Arabian Sea on October 18.
The cyclonic circulation had hit the Andhra Pradesh coast earlier this week as a deep despair bringing heavy rains over Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Goa and leaving a path of destruction. PTI