Cyclonic storm 'Vayu' changes direction, won't hit Gujarat

Jun 13 2019 01:28 PM
Cyclonic storm 'Vayu' changes direction, won't hit Gujarat

New Delhi: Cyclonic Storm 'Vayu' has changed its direction and now it will not hit Gujarat. Indian Meteorological Department on Thursday, stated, "Air will not hit the coastal areas of Gujarat," the secretary in the Ministry of Earth Sciences said. It will only touch his end. Due to strong winds and heavy rains, its impact will be visible there.

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The additional Director general of the IMD said that the cyclone will remain in the sea and will run parallel to the Gujarat coast. Six NDRF teams are on alert at Porbandar in view of Cyclone air. 30 members have been placed in standby at Chautti Beach. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the air will not hit Gujarat coast but it would affect coastal districts.

Rain may become an obstacle in India and New Zealand match today

According to information, the Indian Meteorological Department scientist says that the cyclonic storm will not hit Gujarat. It will be removed by touching veraval, Porbandar, Dwarka. The impact will be on the coastal areas as the winds speed up and also heavy rains. Due to cyclonic storm, Western Railway has cancelled several trains and changed routes. 110 trains have been affected due to the storm. In addition, given the potential damage and troubles to passengers, the operation of the planes at five airports has stopped operations from the airports from Wednesday night to Thursday midnight.

 

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