Weather Alert! Cyclone Tauktae reaches Arabian Sea, torrential rains in following districts of the state

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Deccan Express

A low pressure belt has formed in the south-east sea and is expected to turn into a hurricane. In the next 24 hours, the low pressure belt will turn into a storm. The name of this storm is Tauktae. The effects of the storm will be seen on the 15th, 16th and 17th of May. Heavy rains are expected along the Konkan coast, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg and Goa. Apart from this, the effects of the storm will be felt in Mumbai, Palghar, Thane and Raigad districts on the 16th and 17th, said Indian Meteorological Department scientist Shubhangi Bhutye.

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Hurricane Tauktae will be in the same area until Saturday morning. The hurricane will then intensify on Sunday (Dec. 16). As a result, heavy rains with strong winds are expected in South India. The Indian Meteorological Department has forecast heavy rains in Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu in the next four days. It has also issued a red alert to the people of the state. The IMD has warned of torrential rains in parts of Maharashtra and Gujarat in view of the rapid increase in cyclones.

An alert has been issued on the Konkan coast against the backdrop of heavy rains. The administration has instructed the people of the coastal areas to remain vigilant between May 15 and 17. The IMD has forecast torrential to very torrential rains in Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts on Sunday and Monday. Mumbai, Thane and Raigad will receive torrential rains on Monday.

The meteorological department has issued ‘Orange Alert’ to Sindhudurg district on Sunday and Monday. The meteorological department has appealed to be prepared for the situation during this period. The district may receive torrential rains with thunderstorms. The meteorological department has instructed fishermen to avoid entering the sea.

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