Cyclone Tauktae Live: Cyclone Tauktae is moving towards to Gujarat in the north after wreaking havoc in coastal areas of Kerala, Karnataka, and Goa on Sunday. Meanwhile, light rain and high waves rose in the sea along with the powerful winds in Maharashtra’s coastal areas, including Mumbai.
The cyclone Tauktae is moving towards Gujarat in the north. Meanwhile, along with the strong winds in Mumbai’s coastal areas, several landlords were killed in the morning due to heavy rains and strong winds. Six people died as a result of the cyclone’s events, while 100 homes were destroyed, electric poles and trees were uprooted, and people were forced to move their homes and seek shelter in safe places.
Cyclone Tauktae Live: It is expected to cross the state’s coast between Porbandar and Mahuva in the Bhavnagar district by early Tuesday, according to the IMD. Thunderstorms and strong winds with speeds of 45 to 50 km per hour are expected in western Madhya Pradesh for the next two days, according to the Meteorological Department’s forecast.
According to the Meteorological Department, Cyclone Tauktae has moved north-northwest during the last six hours with a speed of about 20 kmph and has again turned into a very severe cyclonic storm on Monday.
Due to the cyclonic storm, BMC has closed Mumbai airport from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. The monorail is also closed for the day at the same time.
According to the IMD, heavy to very heavy rainfall is possible in Gujarat’s coastal areas on May 18. People living near the Malia coastal areas in Junagadh were evacuated to safe places before Sunday evening. More than 1200 people have been evacuated from here; said area collector Saurabh Pardhi after inspecting the arrangements. In terms of food and shelter, all precautionary steps are being taken.