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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Vayu Cyclone Date, Live Update, Help Line Number

Vayu Cyclone Date, Live Update, Help Line Number
Cyclonic Storm Vayu has now intensified into a Severe Cyclonic Storm and is near Latitude 16.1°N and longitude 70.6°E. The storm is over Eastcentral Arabian Sea, 350 km WNW of Goa, 410 km SSW of Mumbai . Vayu is likely to cross Gujarat coast between Porbandar and Mahuva during the wee hours of June 13.

Thus, heavy to very heavy rains are expected over many parts of Gujarat Coast. Sea conditions will remain rough and rains will be accompanied with very strong winds

Following the High-Level Review meeting taken by Union Home Minister on Cyclone Vayu, Ministry of Home Affairs has issued detailed advisories to the State of Gujarat and UT of Diu requesting them to take all precautionary measures with a view to ensure that no human life is lost, damage to vital infrastructure is minimized and to ensure early recovery of all essential services post-cyclone landfall. State/UT Governments have also been advised for timely evacuation of people from low-lying coastal and vulnerable areas.

Gujarat and Diu Administration have planned to evacuate about 3 lakh people from the identified vulnerable areas starting the early morning of 12th June, 2019. The evacuated people will be shifted to around 700 cyclone/relief shelters. In consultation with State Administration, 39 NDRF Teams are being pre-positioned in and Diu for helping the State/UT Administration in evacuation, search, rescue and relief operations. In addition, 34 teams of Army are also put on stand-by.

Union Home Minister is regularly reviewing the situation and Union Home Secretary will take a review meeting on 12th June with the Central Ministries/Agencies and Chief Secretary/Adviser of Gujarat and Diu.

The Cyclonic Storm ‘VAYU’ (pronounced as VAA’YU) over Eastcentral Arabian Sea moved further northwards with a speed of about 17 kmph in last six hours, intensified into Severe Cyclonic Storm and lay centred at 1730 hrs IST of today, the 11th June, 2019 near latitude 16.1°N and longitude 70.6°E over Eastcentral Arabian Sea, about 350 km west-northwest of Goa, 410 km south-southwest of Mumbai (Maharashtra) and 530 km nearly south of Veraval (Gujarat).

It is very likely to move nearly northwards and cross Gujarat coast between Porbandar and Mahuva around Veraval & Diu region as a Severe Cyclonic Storm with wind speed 110-120 kmph gusting to 135 kmph during early morning of 13th June 2019.

Wind warning
11th June: Gale Wind speed reaching 90-100 kmph gusting to 115 kmph is likely to prevail over Eastcentral Arabian Sea and 70-80 kmph gusting to 90 kmph along & off North Maharashtra coast from 11th evening. It is very likely to be 40-50 kmph gusting to 60 kmph over Lakshadweep area, Kerala, Karnataka & south Maharashtra Coasts.

12th June: Wind speed is very likely to increase further becoming gale wind speed reaching 110-120 kmph gusting to 135 kmph over eastcentral & adjoining northeast Arabian Sea by 12th night. It is very likely to be 60-70 kmph gusting to 80 kmph over Gujarat Coast from 12th morning and become gale wind speed reaching 110-120 kmph gusting to 135 kmph by 12th night. It is very likely to be 50-60 kmph gusting to 70 kmph over Maharashtra Coast.

13th June: Gale wind speed of the order of 110-120 kmph gusting to 135 kmph very likely over north Arabian Sea & Gujarat coast in morning hours and decrease gradually thereafter. It is very likely to be 50-60 kmph gusting to 70 kmph over north Maharashtra Coasts & northern parts of eastcentral Arabian Sea.

Sea condition
The Sea condition is very likely to be high to very high over eastcentral Arabian Sea on 11th. The sea condition is very likely to become very high to phenomenal over eastcentral & adjoining northeast Arabian Sea & Gujarat coast from 12th evening and over north Arabian Sea on 13th June 2019.

The Sea condition is very likely to be rough over Lakshadweep area, along & off Kerala, Karnataka & south Maharashtra Coasts on 11th; very rough to high along & off Maharashtra Coast on 12th & 13th June, 2019.

Fishermen Warning
The fishermen are advised not to venture into Southeast Arabian Sea, Lakshadweep area, along & off Kerala and Karnataka coasts on 11th; Eastcentral Arabian Sea and along & off Maharashtra Coast on 11th & 12th; northeast Arabian sea and along & off Gujarat coast on 12th & 13th.


Storm Surge Warning
Storm surge of height of about 1.0- 1.5 m above the astronomical tides likely to inundate the low lying coastal areas of Kutch, Devbhoomi Dwarka, Porbandar, Junagarh, Diu, Gir Somnath, Amreli and Bhavnagar districts at the time of landfall.

Damage Expected and Action suggested for Kutch, Devbhoomi Dwarka, Porbandar, Rajkot, Junagarh, Diu, Gir Somnath, Amreli and Bhavnagar districts of Gujarat:
Damage to thatched houses/ huts. Roof tops may blow off. Unattached metal sheets may fly. (ii) Damage to power and communication lines. (iii) Major damage to Kutcha and some damage to Pucca roads. Flooding of escape routes. (iv) Breaking of tree branches, uprooting of large avenue trees. Damage to banana and papaya trees. Large dead limbs blown from trees. (v) Major damage to coastal crops. (vi) Damage to embankments/ salt pans.

Action suggested:
Regulate road & rail traffic (ii) Total suspension of fishing operations. (iii) Evacuation from low lying areas of the above mentioned Districts, coastal Hutment dwellers, urban slum dwellers and people staying in unsafe house to safer places. People in affected areas to remain indoors.(iv) Movement in motor boats unsafe. (v) Inundation of low lying areas in the along the coasts due to heavy rainfall and storm surge.

How to prepare and stay safe Before
  • Turn on your TV/radio.
  • You’ll get the latest weather updates and emergency instructions from All India Radio (AIR) and other local sources.
  • If it’s safe, secure the outside of your home and any items that could blow away.
  • They may become a safety hazard.
  • Know where to find higher ground on foot within 15 minutes.
  • You may need to leave quickly to escape rising waters.
  • Prepare or restock your emergency supply kit.
  • Include a charged cell phone, torch, radio, batteries, matches, candles, food, water, can opener, knife, and first aid supplies.
  • During
  • Walk only where floodwaters aren’t moving.
  • Use a stick to check the depth of the water and firmness of the ground in front of you.
  • If there’s a chance of flash flooding, move immediately to higher ground.
  • Flash floods are a leading cause of weather-related deaths.
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