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Sunday, November 3, 2019

Cyclone Maha Live Update | Cyclone Maha Gujarat Live Update

Cyclone Maha Live Update | Cyclone Maha Gujarat Live Update
Weather forecast Today HIGHLIGHTS: Cyclone Maha is likely to bring heavy rainfall to Gujarat, Maharashtra and Saurashtra as it is expected to move west-northwestwards till November 4 and recurve east-northeastwards towards south Gujarat coast thereafter.Tropical systems will continue to be the source of wet weather in India through the first full week of November.Maha, now a very severe cyclonic storm, formed in the Arabian Sea during the middle of last week. The cyclone has slowly moved in a northwest direction while continuing to strengthen over the last few days.

Many of the typical impacts expected from a such a strong system have been kept at bay, due to Maha's offshore path. While staying parallel to the western coast of India, the strongest winds have remained over open water, with occasional downpours reaching western parts of the country.
"The northwesterly track is expected to continue for Maha into Monday, keeping most of the wind and rain offshore," said AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dave Houk.
Maha may peak at the intensity comparable to a Category 3 hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean while well off the coast if India.However, by Tuesday, AccuWeather meteorologists anticipate that Maha will hook eastward and head for the Gujarat region of western India.


While southern and coastal parts of Gujarat may get some of the outer rain bands from Maha into as early as Tuesday, the heaviest rainfall will wait until midweek.When Maha moves closer to the Indian coast, although weakening, it may still be a cyclonic storm and strong wind and heavy rain possible.While the proximity to land may ultimately weaken Maha before it makes landfall, gusty winds are likely to cause tree damage as well as power outages.Rounds of tropical downpours and locally heavy rainfall looks to stretch from the Gujarat coast to southern and eastern Rajasthan as well as northern Madhya Pradesh during the middle and second half of the week. This amount of rainfall can amount to flooding, especially in poorly drained or low-lying areas.Both the rain and wind are likely to cause travel disruptions for many in the region.

The rest of the western shores of India will continue to endure daily downpours next week as onshore flow brings moisture in from the Arabian Sea.

Weather forecast Today, Cyclone Maha HIGHLIGHTS: Severe cyclonic storm #MAHA over East Central Arabian Sea moved westwards and intensified into a very severe cyclonic storm at 1430 IST today over East Central Arabian Sea about 590 km WSW of Veraval (Gujarat), IMD reported.

Several parts of Gujarat Saturday received unseasonal rain due to Cyclone Maha, leading to crop damage. CM Vijay Rupani promised compensation to the affected farmers. Meanwhile, parts of Delhi and adjoining areas experienced light drizzle Sunday morning. The pollution levels in Delhi and neighbouring cities dropped marginally Saturday with a slight increase in wind speed and light rains, a day after the region recorded its worst air quality.

The IMD has predicted heavy rainfall at isolated places over Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Thunderstorm accompanied by lightning and hail at isolated places is expected over Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra.

IMD warns of intense rain, lightning over five districts in Maharashtra

India Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned of intense rain over five districts in Maharashtra -- Dhule, Beed, Ahmednagar, Satara and Kolhapur during the next four hours.

The latest nowcast issued by the Met office suggest that these districts would experience thunderstorm activity accompanied by gusty winds and lightning in the coming few hours.

Gujarat and some northern districts of Maharashtra are bracing for cyclone Maha, which had intensified to Severe Cyclonic Storm and located at about 550kms away from Veraval and 580kms west-southwest of Diu in Gujarat by Sunday afternoon. Presently, it is moving at a speed of 130 - 140 kms/hr and gusting to 150kms/hr.

Though the cyclone is presently heading westwards or away from the Indian mainland, it is expected to recurve and head towards south Gujarat in the coming two days days.

Latest satellite images maintained by IMD indicate that the extreme outer bands of cyclone Maha lay close to the western coast of Gujarat ,which has caused clouding like situation over the State.

IMD warns of intense rain, lightning over five districts in Maharashtra
India Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned of intense rain over five districts in Maharashtra -- Dhule, Beed, Ahmednagar, Satara and Kolhapur during the next four hours.
The latest nowcast issued by the Met office suggest that these districts would experience thunderstorm activity accompanied by gusty winds and lightning in the coming few hours.

Gujarat and some northern districts of Maharashtra are bracing for cyclone Maha, which had intensified to Severe Cyclonic Storm and located at about 550kms away from Veraval and 580kms west-southwest of Diu in Gujarat by Sunday afternoon. Presently, it is moving at a speed of 130 - 140 kms/hr and gusting to 150kms/hr.

Though the cyclone is presently heading westwards or away from the Indian mainland, it is expected to recurve and head towards south Gujarat in the coming two days days.

Latest satellite images maintained by IMD indicate that the extreme outer bands of cyclone Maha lay close to the western coast of Gujarat ,which has caused clouding like situation over the State.

Cyclone Maha will bring extremely heavy rainfall to Saurashtra and Gujarat over the next few days. Some isolated places of north Madhya Maharashtra and north Konkan are likely to receive heavy shower next week.

Maharashtra has received heavy rainfalls in the last 24 hours due to Cyclone Maha. Significant rainfall was observed over North Konkan as well as North Madhya Maharashtra, said Skymet.

Moderate rainfall will continue in several parts of Maharashtra during next 48 hours, said Skymet. Marathwada, North Madhya Maharashtra and adjoining Vidarbha region is likely to receive rainfall in next few hours, stated Skymet.

Gale wind speed is very likely to increase gradually over east-central Arabian Sea becoming 125-135 kmph gusting to 150 kmph by Monday. Sea condition will be very high over east-central Arabian Sea for the next 24 hours and will become phenomenal from Monday, IMD said.

The rest of the western shores of India will continue to endure daily downpours next week as onshore flow brings moisture in from the Arabian Sea.Weather forecast Today, Cyclone Maha HIGHLIGHTS: Severe cyclonic storm #MAHA over East Central Arabian Sea moved westwards and intensified into a very severe cyclonic storm at 1430 IST today over East Central Arabian Sea about 590 km WSW of Veraval (Gujarat), IMD reported.

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