2021’s First Cyclone ‘Tauktae’: Red Alert in Tamilnadu | Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and TN are expected to get heavy rains. A cyclonic formation has been detected over the Southeast Arabian Sea by the India Meteorological Department (IMD), which is very likely to develop a low pressure area in the next 24 hours. The Cyclone is named as Tauktae which is the First cyclone of 2021. Meteorological Department has issued a Red Alert for heavy rains in Tamil Nadu
The storm is forecast to reach speeds of up to 120 km / hr. But meteorologists say it is not possible to fully predict its course right now. Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, and Gujarat’s coastal areas are likely to be affected. From Friday onwards, the area can experience heavy, gusty winds. According to sources, the storm may change direction and head for Kutch and South Pakistan. In that case, the cyclone could pass through north Gujarat or the Kutch region on May 20.
Fishermen have been advised not to venture out to sea in the adjoining areas of the Maldives, Comorin, Lakshadweep district, and the Kerala coast from Thursday morning onwards, and along and off the Karnataka-Goa and Maharashtra coasts from Friday night onwards, due to the possibly rough sea conditions.
The Meteorological Department has issued a Red Alert for heavy rains in Tamil Nadu on 15 May 2021. Coastal residents should therefore be cautious. Government has taken precautionary measures for people living in the Red Alert Areas. Several states across the country conducted meetings to review preparedness after IMD’s warning.
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