- Four individuals have passed on in the three seaside regions of Karnataka by Cyclone Tauktae.
- Tauktae is moving away from the Karnataka coast and is probably going to go past Goa.
In any event, four individuals have passed on in the three seaside regions of Karnataka after Cyclone Tauktae hit the western locale of the southern state and its neighbour Kerala, authorities said on Sunday.
At the same time, Tauktae is moving away from the Karnataka coast and is probably going to go past Goa by late evening while at the same time travelling north, northwest towards the Gujarat coast.
The state government’s disaster management team stated:
“The precipitation is joined by hurricane wind speed arriving at 70 to 80 km/hour, blasting on occasion up to 90 km/per along and off [the] Karnataka Coast,” the express government’s fiasco supervisory crew said in an articulation.
The Cyclone affected at least six districts of Karnataka:
The effect of the typhoon is being felt across in any event six locales of Karnataka, which incorporate Udupi, Dakshina Kannada, Uttara Kannada, Shivamogga, Chikmagalur and Kodagu just now, as indicated by true updates.
As the official stated:
The most elevated precipitation was recorded at Nada Station in Kundapura taluk in the Udupi region, around 400 km from Bengaluru. Around 15 stations across the state got more than 200 mm of precipitation, said authorities.
Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa’s office stated:
Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa’s office, said that he checked out the circumstance after talking with region specialists on Sunday.
“The CM has trained that whatever crisis help is needed from the public authority, they (area organization) can connect with in charge priests or call me straightforwardly,” the assertion added.
The fundamental harm report demonstrates waterfront disintegration brought about by the unpleasant ocean bringing about harm to beachfront streets.
Cases of uprooting of trees, electricity poles and transformers were also reported:
A few instances of evacuating of trees, power posts and transformers were additionally revealed, and at any rate, 73 towns in 17 talukas were affected, as indicated by true information.
The state government said it has so far cleared 318 people across the three waterfront regions of the state, and around 298 are presently housed in help camps.
Cyclone Tauktae will hit the coastal areas of Goa by late afternoon:
Typhoon Tauktae will hit the beachfront spaces of Goa by late evening as it is probably going to continue to move the north northwest way, said the India Meteorological Department.
It will probably move north-north westwards and arrive at Gujarat coast in the evening long stretches of May 17 and cross Gujarat coast among Porbandar and Mahuva (Bhavnagar region) around May 18 early morning, the IMD said.