MUMBAI: The extreme pressure that has formed in the Arabian Sea has become a hurricane. Hurricane Katrina, with winds of 100 km / hr, is moving towards Maharashtra. Four districts of Kerala have announced Orange Alerts and seven Districts have yellow alert. Fishing was banned until Saturday as the sea became turbulent.
Hurricane Nisarga is located at sea about 280 km from Goa and 430 km from Mumbai. The cyclone is expected to hit the coast of Maharashtra’s Raigad tomorrow, creating strong winds and torrential winds of up to 100 km per hour. Winds of up to 120 degrees per hour are likely to result in severe thunderstorms and strong winds.
Heavy rains and strong winds are expected from Maharashtra’s Ratnagiri to Navsari in Gujarat. Smaller houses and unsustainable roofs may cause damage to power lines and roads. The central government has directed the states of Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra and Gujarat to be vigilant. Several units of the Disaster Response Force were deployed along the coast.
Nisarga near the coast of Mumbai is known as the first hurricane in June. Some researchers have noted that the cyclone that struck in May 1961 was in the oldest records of the Meteorological Center.