Cyclone Sagar Forms in the Arabian Sea: Know About Its Impact in India: Cyclone Sagar is building up at Aden off Yemen coast in Arabian sea and is likely to intensify further slightly, a warning bulletin issued by Indian Meteorological Department says, adding that it is moving towards the Gulf of Oman.
Cyclone Sagar Forms in the Arabian Sea: Know About Its Impact in India
Gale winds speed reaching 65-75 mph gusting to 85 kilometres very likely around the centre of the cyclone covering the Gulf of Aden and adjoining areas of the Southwest, West-central and Arabian sea.
Sea condition will high over the same area, and the same period, the Met Department predicts.
The Sagar Cyclone is less like to have any significant impact on coastal Gujarat, according to the Meteorological Department.
However it is not willing to take any chance, the state administration has initiated precautionary measures that include hoisting of Distant Warning signal number 2 at all major ports along the Gujarat coast.
The meteorological department has issued advisory asking fishers not to enter the deep sea given adverse weather conditions.
Fishers are advised not to venture into the Gulf of Aden and adjoining areas of west-central and south-west of the Arabian Sea. Hoist signal DW-II at all the ports of the south and north Gujarat it is stating.
As per the latest projections, the storm is likely to move towards west-southwards in the next 24 hours, which effectively means that it will not leave any significant impact on Gujarat coast, officials say.
The cyclonic storm is very far from us, and it is going towards Gulf of Oman in the north.
The possibility of Cyclone Sagar making any significant impact along the Gujarat coast is very less. There is no need to worry, says Jayanta Sarkar, Director, MeT Centre.
Additional Chief Secretary, Revenue department, Pankaj Kumar also said the storm would not affect Gujarat.
Cyclonic Storm Sagar situated over the Gulf of Aden is not going to effects Gujarat. It is going further away from us. Mr Kumar says.
However, the administration is leaves nothing to chance.
Upon receiving the weather advisory, we have put our staff on alert mode. We have also asked fisheries officials to warn fishers about the storm so that they don’t go towards the Gulf of Aden.
Port officials are also in our contact, and signal number 2 has hoisting, says MA Pandya, collector of coastal Porbandar district.
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