Cyclone Nisarga likely to make landfall on June 3rd, 2020
A few days back IMD (Indian Meteorological Department) clarified that after the cyclonic formation in the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea is also facing a cyclonic formation. They confirmed that the deep depression in the Arabian Sea is because of the cyclonic storm.
In the previous news, IMD said that “Cyclonic formation is not going to harm Mumbai and other parts of India.” But now with the satellite images, they claimed that Alibaug is soon going to face landfall. Palghar, Pune, Thane, Mumbai, Raigad, Dhule, and Nandurbar, Nashik is going to face heavy rainfall and are yellow alerted as well. Moreover, the NDRF (National Department Response Force) has been deployed to Mumbai and other suburban areas.
Probing further, three teams have already been stationed in Mumbai, two in Raigad and Palghar, and one in Thane and Navi Mumbai each. Therefore, this is for the safety of people living near the coastal regions. Mumbai is a yellow alerted and all the people are asked to stay homes. Hence, from tomorrow that is June 3rd, 2020 people living in coastal areas like Kerala, Mumbai, and many others are going to face very heavy rainfall and landfall will also be there.
People all around the globe are already suffering from the pandemic outbreak of coronavirus and along with these cyclonic formations and many other problems. No one knows why this year is becoming full of tensions and problems, as we are facing so many things on a daily basis. So, it’s a request for the people to stay home and stay safe as this is the only way through which we can handle the problems coming in lives in the year 2020.
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