Met Department Warns Sindh and Karachi For a Possible Cyclone Hit Causing Heavy Rains

A new Cyclone “Kyarr” has been strengthening in the Arabian sea for quite a time now which can cause heavy rains around the eastern coasts of India and Sindh.

According to the weather channel, this “Kyarr” cyclone has been becoming the most powerful cyclone in the Arabian sea since 2007 with every passing hour. The storm is continuously developing in the East-Central Arabian sea and it became super cyclone within a matter of hours.

Pakistan’s Meteorological Department, PMD the Met office said, “Pakistan is not currently under a direct threat of this cyclone.” However, heavy scattered rains and thunderstorms are expected in lower Sindh and along the Makran coast area from Monday to Wednesday.

“The system lay centered at 0800 PST of 27th October with maximum sustained surface winds of 230-240km/h, at about 850km south of Karachi and 1,500km east of Salalah.” Said the advisory notice issued by the Met office. It is expected that the Cyclone Kyarr would move further towards Oman Coast.

The Met Office also advised fishermen not to proceed towards the deep sea from Monday, the Tropical Cyclone Warning Center of the PMD has been watching the cyclone moves regularly and measuring its intensity, it will further update authorities if the cyclone gets more intense.

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