Friday, October 25, 2019

THE PROBABLE CYCLONIC STORM KYARR TO FORM IN NEXT 12 HOURS, TO RECURVE AND HEAD TOWARDS OMAN AND YEMEN. NO DIRECT IMPACT ON THE WEST COAST OF INDIA.

Man Driving a Car Through The Intense Storm.
THE PROBABLE CYCLONIC STORM KYARR TO FORM IN NEXT 12 HOURS, TO RECURVE AND  HEAD TOWARDS OMAN AND YEMEN. NO DIRECT IMPACT ON THE WEST COAST OF INDIA. 

India: Today many places of northern Mumbai suburbs, Thane and Vasai & Virar region received sudden heavy rains during evening hours, the reason for the rains was the deep depression which is persisting over east-central Arabian sea moving slowly east-northeastwards. This system is about 310 km southwest of Ratnagiri(Maharashtra) and 450 km southwest of Mumbai(Maharashtra) as of 5:30 pm today. 

Future Track Of The System:
This system which is currently a deep depression will intensify into a cyclonic storm kyarr during the next 6-12 hours and will track east-northeastwards till tomorrow evening. Afterward, it will start the recurving process and will start moving in west/northwest direction away from the Konkan & Goa and Karnataka coast. This storm will intensify rapidly into a severe cyclonic storm in the next 24 hours and will move towards Oman and Yemen. It is likely to reach there by evening of 30th October or the morning of 31st October.

Rainfall Over Mumbai & Vasai-Virar Region During Next 2 Days: 
Whenever strong systems form they attract moisture towards them, as a result, there will be a reduction in rainfall intensity. The system is far off at a good distance from Mumbai & Vasai-Virar Region. The peripherals of the system will give a few goods spells of rain especially during the evening hours of  Saturday and afternoon hours of Sunday. Light to moderate rains can be seen occasionally. 
Next 2 days rain accumulation: around 25-35 mm.

Cyclone Kyarr Track According To IMD:


The Deep Depression System Tracked by IMD:







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