Mumbai: The cyclonic storm named ‘Kyarr’ intensified on early Friday turning to severe cyclonic storm over the east-central Arabian Sea.
#CycloneKyarr now #SevereCyclone – max winds at 100 kph. The storm moved north-northwest during past 6 hrs, indicating it is moving away from #Maharashtra coast. There's low confidence in the track, but it is still expected to move towards #Oman#Kyarr #KyarrCyclone #MumbaiRains pic.twitter.com/bDq7S1FSCI
— StormTracker India (@StormTrackerIn) October 25, 2019
The cyclone is very likely to move west-north westwards towards Oman coast in the upcoming five days.
According to the weather department, light to moderate rainfall at various places is very likely to hit coastal districts of Karnataka, Goa, and south Konkan in the during next 12 hrs. Heavy showers over north Konkan might also take place in the same period, the weather department added.
#CycloneAlert – #DeepDepression over #ArabianSea. We plotted tracks of both forecast models, and they slightly differ. #Mumbai safe. Possibility of cyclonic winds and rough seas in #Konkan. Avoid beaches to be safe. #MumbaiRains #MaharashtraRains #PuneRains #Goa #India pic.twitter.com/01glkTeFfZ
— StormTracker India (@StormTrackerIn) October 24, 2019