Cyclone Taukti: The first cyclone Taukil of the year will bring torrential rains and thunderstorms in many states.

Cyclone Taukat: The first cyclone Taukil of the year will create torrential rains and gale force winds in many states.

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Cyclone Taukat Latest Update: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday issued a warning about the first cyclonic storm of the year ‘Tawakati’. The IMD said that ‘talking’ could lead to heavy rains and winds in many states. The warning said that the low pressure area above the Arabian Sea could turn into a cyclone by May 16, leading to heavy rains in Goa and several places in the South Konkan region. Sindhudurg and Ratnagiri districts fall in the South Konkan region of Maharashtra. Cyclone Tout Live Tracker Map: The first cyclone to hit the Arabian Sea in 2021 was tracked here in real time.

The IMD said: “Today, low pressure areas have formed in the southeastern Arabian Sea and Lakshadweep. It is likely to intensify in the Lakshadweep region on Friday morning. The warning report said that on Saturday morning it would turn into a deep pressure zone in the same area and then it would take the shape of a cyclone within 24 hours.

The meteorological department said the cyclone was likely to reach north-west-west Gujarat and the coast of Pakistan. The IMD said it could reach the Gujarat coast by the evening of May 18. The southern states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu have been hit by heavy rains and thunderstorms since the unrest erupted in the Arabian Sea.

Chance of heavy rain here

The cyclone is expected to bring light to moderate rain in many parts of South Konkan and Goa on Saturday and heavy to very heavy rain in a few places on Sunday and Monday. Similarly, it will rain on the Gujarat coast after May 17. On May 16, heavy to very heavy rains are expected in Solar State and Kutch. Due to this, there is a possibility of rain in this region in the next five-six days with winds of 50 to 60 kmph. According to department sources, .54.5 mm to 115.5 mm in 24 hours. Rainfall is considered as heavy rain.

Gujarat administration’s warning

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani held a meeting on Wednesday about the possible cyclone and directed the officials of the coastal districts to remain vigilant and take necessary action. In fact, it is estimated that due to the cyclone in the East-Central Arabian Sea, the coastal parts of Gujarat, including Saurashtra and the south, could be struck by lightning. However, there is no immediate warning of the impact of the cyclone on Gujarat.

Fishermen are being warned

The Tamil Nadu Fisheries Department is trying to send a warning to about 2,500 fishermen about the stress storm in the Arabian Sea and the pressure of ‘Toukti’ coming out of the sea. Most of the fishermen have come from the west coast of Kanyakumari as there is still an annual ban on fishing on the east coast.

According to Fisheries Department officials, only six ships have gone to sea off the coast of Thangapatnam, while 150 boats from Kanyakumari have entered the sea off the coast of Kerala. In the high seas they are trying to communicate with them in groups on satellite phones provided by the state government. Coordination centers opened by local churches and the government are also helping. (With agency input)


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