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Cyclone Biparjoy will become even more dangerous, next 36 hours important; Know in which states the effect will be seen

Pankaj Prasad
Cyclone Biparjoy
Cyclone Biparjoy

The Meteorological Department tweeted and informed that Biparjoy could take a dangerous form in the next 36 hours.

Once again, the threat of cyclonic storm 'Biparjoy' is looming large in the coastal areas of the country. According to the Meteorological Department, in the next 36 hours, Biparjoy can take a more dangerous form. Thereafter, it is likely to become a severe cyclonic storm. The effect of this storm can be seen in the coastal areas of Goa, Karnataka, North Kerala. During this, there is a possibility of storm and heavy rain. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Friday that Biparjoy could take a dangerous form in the next 36 hours. Also, it will move from north to northwest in the next two days. 

Likely to move in the northwest direction

According to the IMD, the severe cyclonic storm lay over east-central Arabian Sea at 11:30 pm on June 8, located 840 km west south of Goa and 870 km south west of Mumbai. The Meteorological Department tweeted and informed that Biparjoy could take a dangerous form in the next 36 hours. It is very likely to move in northwest direction from here during next two days. As it progresses, its form is likely to get worse.

this state under siege

The Meteorological Department says that during the next three or two days this storm will move towards the northwest. Coastal areas of North Kerala, Karnataka, Goa can come under the grip of this storm. According to Skymet Weather, the cyclonic storm has to travel a long way to reach the coastal areas.

meteorological department warning

On the other hand, according to a report, due to this cyclone, there is a possibility of light rain in some areas of Saurashtra and Gujarat between June 9 and 11. At the same time, the governments of Kerala, Karnataka and Goa are in alert mode regarding this storm. The government has geared up to deal with any kind of natural calamities. Fishermen have also been warned by the government not to venture into the sea.