• Wed. Feb 28th, 2024

Low pressure formed in Arabian Sea will cause adverse weather conditions: IMD | Goa News

Low pressure formed in Arabian Sea will cause adverse weather conditions: IMD |  Goa News
Panaji: Low pressure formed over Southeast Arabian Sea is likely to develop into a cyclonic storm over East-Central Arabian Sea and adjoining Southeast during the next 12 hours. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned that the weather will worsen due to this phenomenon and warned fishermen not to venture out into the sea for the next two days.
According to the IMD, wind speed of 85 kmph to 80-90 kmph to 100 kmph is likely to gust to 65-75 kmph over the East-Central Arabian Sea on Wednesday night.
Gusts of 40 to 50 kmph with a speed of up to 60 kmph are likely over Goa, Karnataka and North Kerala coasts.
“The sea level is likely to remain high over the East-Central Arabian Sea and adjoining Southeast Arabian Sea and it is likely to become high or very high over the same region from Wednesday night,” the IMD said.
Hence the sea is expected to be rough along the Goa coast from Thursday to Saturday.
“Those at sea are advised to return to shore by noon,” the IMD said.
Any rains that may occur during this time are figures in the pre-monsoon rain bracket.
Monsoon is likely to start in Goa on June 4 with a model error of ± 4 days. However, now it seems to be slightly delayed. Goa usually receives monsoon 4-5 days after the onset of Kerala.


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