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Cyclone Nisarga is prone to make landfall at Alibaug in Raigad as a extreme cyclonic storm on Wednesday. Wind pace prone to be round 120 km per hour on the time of landfall.
HIGHLIGHTS
Deep despair in Arabian sea has changed into a cyclone
The cylone is prone to intensify into extreme cyclonic storm in subsequent 12 hours
Called Cyclone Nisarga, it’s prone to make a landfall at Alibaug on Wednesday
The deep despair over the Arabian Sea off the Maharashtra coast has now formally fashioned right into a cyclonic storm, christened as Cyclone Nisarga. The cyclone is prone to intensify right into a extreme cyclonic storm within the subsequent 12 hours, the most recent report by the Indian Meteorological Department mentioned on Tuesday.
As per the IMD’s four pm bulletin, by 2.30 pm the Cyclone Nisarga lay centered over the east-central Arabian Sea round 290 km west-northwest of Panjim (Goa), 380 km south-southwest of Mumbai (Maharashtra) and 600 km south-southwest of Surat (Gujarat).
Cyclone Nisarga is prone to make landfall at Alibaug in Raigad as a extreme cyclonic storm on Wednesday. Wind pace prone to be round 120 km per hour on the time of landfall.
“Cyclone Nisarga is very likely to move nearly northwards during next few hours, recurve north-northeastwards thereafter and cross north Maharashtra and adjoining south Gujarat coast between Harihareshwar and Daman, close to Alibag (Raigad District, Maharashtra) during the afternoon of June 3 as a severe cyclonic storm with a maximum sustained wind speed of 100-110 kmph gusting to 120 kmph,” the IMD alert mentioned.

Rainfall prediction
Cyclone Nisarga is prone to carry mild to average rainfall at most locations with heavy to very heavy falls at remoted locations very doubtless over Konkan and Goa through the subsequent 24 hours. Light to average rainfall can be anticipated over coastal Karnataka, Madhya Maharashtra and Marathwada throughout subsequent 24 hours.
Extremely heavy rainfall is feasible at remoted locations in Mumbai, Palgar, Thane and Raigad districts and northcentral Maharashtra on June 3.
The IMD has predicted mild to average rainfall at most locations with heavy to very heavy falls at remoted locations over south Konkan – Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts – and Goa and south Gujarat area – Valsad, Navsari, Dang, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Surat districts – on June 3.
Isolated locations in west Madhya Pradesh can also expertise rainfall on June 3.
Sea turbulence
The storm surge of about 1-2 meters top above astronomical tide could be very prone to inundate low mendacity areas of Mumbai, Thane and Raigad districts and 0.5-1 meter top above the
astronomical tide prone to inundate low mendacity areas of Ratnagiri district through the time of landfall.
Fishermen have been suggested to not enterprise into the east-central and northeast Arabian Sea and alongside and off Karnataka-Goa-Maharashtra-south Gujarat coasts until June 3.
Damage anticipated
The Cyclone Nisraga is prone to trigger main harm to thatched homes as robust winds might blow off roof tops. Unattached steel sheets might fly, posing menace to anybody venturing out.
Communication and energy traces might get broken. Major harm to Kutcha and a few harm to Pucca roads can be anticipated.
The cyclonic storm can be prone to break tree branches and uproot giant avenue bushes.
Coastal crops are prone to undergo harm as are embankments and salt pans.

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