According to the Meteorological Department, the areas where cyclonic storm can cause the highest damage due to air, include Kutch of Gujarat, Devbari Dwarka, Porbandar, Junagadh, Diu, Gir Somnath, Amreli and Bhavnagar districts.
Indian Meteorological Department has released a red alert on the cyclonic storm air. According to the Meteorological Department, the storm is expected to turn into a severe Cyclonic Storm by Tuesday evening and the speed of wind can reach 115 kilometers per hour, the wind speed is expected to reach 135 kilometers per hour by Wednesday evening. And the situation is likely to remain till Thursday morning. Explain that cyclonic storm winds from the Arabian Sea will run in several areas of the state, with the speed of 75 km to maximum 135 kilometers per hour. Cyclonic storm can knock on Saurashtra coast on 12-13 June.
Vayu towards North
Since the wind cyclone is moving north from the southern coast of India, hence the monsoon is expected to remove moisture. Experts believe that due to this cyclone, the monsoon can move forward for the next few days. IMD’s forecasting department chief D Shivanand Pai said that monsoon was expected to come by June 15-16, but now it will not happen as the cyclone will pull moisture and it may delay the monsoon.
The monsoon arrived in Kerala on June 8 a week after normal. If this cyclone does not turn towards Pakistan then it can cause heavy rains in Gujarat and western coastal areas. Officials said that there is a possibility of turning the north-east side of Gujarat towards north India towards Gujarat and Rajasthan. It can bring light rain with it and thereby can get relief from warm temperatures in this area.