Weather update: After Mocha cyclone, the severe cyclonic storm Biparjoy would intensify further and advance towards northwest, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). (Weather update)
In a report, IMD said, “VSCS BIPARJOY over east-central Arabian Sea, lay centred at 0530hrs IST of 08th June, near lat 13.9N & long 66.0E, about 860km west-southwest of Goa, 910km southwest of Mumbai, would intensify further & move north-northwestwards.” In its earlier bulletin, IMD said the cyclone would intensify further gradually during the next 48 hours and move nearly north-northwestwards during the next 3 days.
Very Severe Cyclonic Storm #Biparjoy over eastcentral Arabian Sea, lay centered at 5:30 am IST of 08thJune, about 860km west-southwest of Goa, 910km southwest of Mumbai. It would intensify further & move north-northwestwards: India Meteorological Department (IMD) pic.twitter.com/TGNetWiM4m
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“VSCS BIPARJOY over the east-central Arabian Sea, lay centred at 2330hrs IST of 07 Jun 2023 near lat 13.6N & long 66.0E, about 870km west-southwest of Goa, 930km sw of Mumbai. It would intensify further gradually during next 48hrs & move nearly north-northwestwards during next 3days,” tweeted IMD.
Fishermen are advised not to venture into such cyclone-hit areas in the Arabian Sea and those who are out at sea are advised to return to the coast, the IMD said.
The weather is showing many twists and turns these days. A week before the weather was pleasant due to rains and thunderstorm. It is noted that Delhi recorded the coolest May in 36 years with excessive rainfall bringing the average maximum temperature down.