Met Dept. Predicts Rain in Baluchistan and Sindh

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The Pakistan Meteorological Department said a severe Cyclonic Storm (VSCS) named as “Kyarr” is rising in the east central Arabian Sea, which might lead to rain in Baluchistan and Sindh.

But the department also made it clear on Saturday that currently not a single Pakistan’s coastal area is under threat from this cyclone.

Although, scattered rain is expected to take place in lower Sindh and next to Makran coast on the 28th-30th of October.

The advisory says that Kyarr the cyclone storm has swiftly built up to a severe Cyclone Storm. It has moved towards west-northwestward within the last twelve hours.

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The system said that by October 26th it was near 16.8 latitude and longitude 70.5, 950 km southeast of Karachi and 1780 km east-southeast of Salalah, Oman.

There are chances that Kyarr is going to move towards the west-northwestwards towards Oman coast and then intensify further into an extreme severe cyclone during the next 24 hours.

The Met department has advised the Fishermen not to venture in deep sea from Monday onward till cyclone storm passes away. The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center (TCWC) of the Pakistan Meteorological Department is daily checking the intensity of the storm.

As per the Indian publications the storm is likely to cause rain in some Indian coastal areas like Karnataka and Goa. The publications also say that the sea condition is probable to be very rough in the next 24 hours along and off north Karnataka.

The cyclone moving towards the westward will hit Karnataka on Sunday which will cause heavy rain and thunder showers in the south interior and coastal areas. Also the normal life will get interrupted for the next 2 days said an Indian official in natural disaster monitoring center.

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