Biporjoy Cyclone | In the next 24 hours ‘Biparjoy’ will take fierce form, alert to ‘these’ states leader

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Leaders Online: The very severe cyclonic storm ‘Biporjoy Cyclone’ in the eastcentral Arabian Sea has moved northward at a speed of 9 km per hour in the last 6 hours. Today, June 10, at 5:30 AM IST, it was hovering in the north of the Arabian Sea. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the cyclone is about 700 km west of Goa, 630 km west-southwest of Mumbai, 620 km south-southwest of Porbandar and 930 km south of Karachi.

In the next 24 hours, this cyclone is likely to intensify and move north-northeast. After that, it will gradually move towards North-North-West direction during the next 3 days.

Due to the influence of this cyclone, wind speed of 135-145 kmph is blowing over the east central and adjacent parts of West Central Arabian Sea today. The speed of this wind is likely to increase to 175 km per hour. Gale speed is likely to reach 90-100 to 110 kmph over the adjacent parts of Northeast Arabian Sea.

The weather department has also said that the sea will remain rough today on June 10 and the rough sea may take rough shape between June 11 and 15. Fishermen have also been warned not to venture into the Arabian Sea till June 15.

A low pressure area is active over Northeast Bay of Bengal and adjacent areas of Southeast Bangladesh-North Myanmar coast. Cyclone Biparjoy caused high waves at Tithal beach in Valsad, Gujarat today. Due to this, the beach there has been closed for tourists till June 14.

Yellow alert has also been issued in many districts including Thiruvananthapuram, Kozhikode in Kerala. Coastal areas of Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Goa are likely to experience high waves. (Biporjoy Cyclone)

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