IMD says Cyclone Vayu centred over northeast Arabian Sea as it moves away from Gujarat coast

Gujarat: Cyclone Vayu lay centred over the northeast Arabian Sea and neighbourhood, about 280 kilometres west-southwest of Naliya, 260 kilometres west-southwest of Dwarka and 360 kilometres west-southwest of Bhuj on Monday morning.

 IMD says Cyclone Vayu centred over northeast Arabian Sea as it moves away from Gujarat coast

Cyclone Vayu, which was expected to cross Gujarat coast between Dwarka and Veraval, changed its course on Thursday. Reuters

In a tweet, India Meteorological Department (IMD) stated, "Cyclonic storm Vayu lay centered at 5.30 am on 17 June over northeast Arabian Sea and neighbourhood, about 280 kilometres west-southwest of Naliya, 260 kilometres west-southwest of Dwarka and 360 kilometres west-southwest of Bhuj."

The IMD had earlier said that cyclone Vayu was moving away from the Gujarat coast. The body's director Jayant Sarkar also assured that the cyclone will not cause any substantial damage in the areas where it will come.

 

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Updated Date: Jun 17, 2019 10:29:09 IST