- Cyclone Shaheen is probably going to shape over the upper east Arabian Sea sometime in the afternoon.
- Shaheen is likely to move west-northwestwards during the next several hours and build into a cyclonic storm.
- A very much stamped low-pressure region is likewise lying over south Bihar and bordering Jharkhand.
Cyclone Shaheen is probably going to shape over the upper east Arabian Sea sometime in the afternoon. According to the climate office, it is probably going to increase into a serious tornado around evening time or on early Saturday morning.
However, Shaheen won’t cross the Indian coast. It’s probably going to carry weighty to extremely substantial downpour over Kutch and Saurashtra area, as indicated by the India Meteorological Department.
On Thursday night, the depression over the northeast Arabian Sea off the coast of Gujarat deepened into a deep depression around 255 kilometres west-northwest of Devbhoomi Dwarka (Gujarat), 180 kilometres south-southwest of Karachi (Pakistan), and 660 kilometres east-southeast of Chabahar Port (Iran).
As a result, Shaheen is likely to move west-northwestwards during the next several hours and build into a cyclonic storm.
It has the potential to worsen into a strong cyclonic storm (90 to 100 kmph gusting to 110 kmph). It is predicted to continue heading west-northwestwards towards the Pakistan – Makran beaches, away from the Indian coast.
The framework won’t hit the Indian coast. Weighty to exceptionally substantial downpour is logical at disengaged puts over Saurashtra and Kutch during 12 hours.
Blustery breeze speed arriving at 50-60 kmph blasting to 70 kmph prone to beat the upper east Arabian Sea and along and off south Gujarat coast and 40 – 50 kmph blasting to 60 kmph over the east-focal Arabian Sea along and off north Maharashtra coast during next 12 hours.
It would slowly increment from there on, turning out to be windy breeze speed coming to 65-75 kmph blasting to 85 kmph over the upper east Arabian Sea, 50-60 kmph blasting to 70 kmph along and off Gujarat coast and 45 – 55 kmph blasting to 65 kmph over the east-focal Arabian Sea along and off north Maharashtra coast during next 6 hours.
It would additionally increment becoming storm wind speed arriving at 90-100 kmph blasting to 110 kmph over the upper east and abutting northwest the Arabian Sea and off Pakistan – Makran coasts.
A very much stamped low-pressure region is likewise lying over south Bihar and bordering Jharkhand. The framework and its remainder will probably move over Bihar and bordering Sub-Himalayan West Bengal Sikkim during the next 3-4 days.
A box in easterly runs from Southeast Bay of Bengal to south Andhra Pradesh coast at lower tropospheric levels and can endure during the next 2-3 days.
However, the substantially segregated downpour is probable over Bihar and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim till October 3 because of the framework.
Precipitation movement will probably increment over south Peninsular India from October 1 with weighty downpour over Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Coastal and South Interior Karnataka until October 4.