The Meteorological Department authorities has raised red flags on the beach front regions of Goa, Maharashtra and Karnataka. That is on the grounds that cyclonic storm Kyarr, which shaped over the Arabian Sea, is relied upon to strengthen throughout the following 24 hours into an ‘incredibly extreme violent wind.’ Heavy rains have been battering portions of the three states and the India Meteorological Department authorities anticipate that should proceed into the Diwali weekend. The current year’s rainstorm asserted existences of upwards of 2,155 individuals people over 22 states, Ministry of Home and Affairs Officials said in a press release.
India Meteorological Department (IMD) says Cyclone Kyarr likely to intensify into an “extremely Severe cyclone” in the next two days. Assessing weather risk means monitoring different models. Cyclonic storm Kyarr near Goa and western causing heavy rains and winds. Expected to intensify in the next 48 hours. We expect it to intensify into a ‘Severe Cyclone’ by today night. At present, vertical wind shear is low and poleward outflow is good.
A red alert has been issued in Dakshina Kannada district in Karnataka in the wake of heavy rains and forecast of possible formation of cyclone Kyarr along the coast in the next two days, official sources said today. Not just the name of Cyclone Kyarr, but the names of other cyclones like Maha and Bulbul have also been decided much before they are formed.
Monster Cyclone Kyarr will begin moving towards the Karnataka Coast. On October 30, 2019 Goa, Konkan, Mumbai, Pune, Satara, Kolhapur will get substantial downpours. Nobody should head out to Konkan region, Goa, Gokarna, Mumbai for the following eight days for a holiday trips. Cyclone Storm Kyarr will be in full impact from October 26 to 30, 2019 – be cautious. Cautioning alert for all residents living along the coast from Daman to Mangalore – this cyclone can do a great deal of harm. Precipitation will diminish by Friday, yet at that point, with the twister, the force of downpours will be overwhelming and shady.
According to the Meteorological Department, the speed of winds can reach 110 kilometers per hour due to the cyclone. At the same time, this storm can affect the coastal areas of Goa and North Karnataka including Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Raigad in Maharashtra.
Palghar District Collector Kailash Shinde has advised fishermen not to go to the beach due to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, according to the news agency PTE. On the other hand, District Fisheries officials said on Friday that 1411 boats had gone into the sea, which have been brought back.