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Cyclone Gulab: Cyclone ‘Gulaab’ weakened after the devastation, today and tomorrow will affect Mumbai

Cyclone Gulab: After causing havoc in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, now the cyclonic storm ‘Gulaab’ has weakened, the effect of rose will be seen on Mumbai today and tomorrow. Heavy rain alert issued in many areas of Maharashtra.

Cyclone Gulab Alert: Cyclonic storm Gulab hit the coasts of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh on Sunday night and after that it has now weakened and has now crossed 20 km north of Kalingapatnam. This morning it has weakened into a low pressure area. Due to this, there is a possibility of heavy rain in Koraput, Rayagada and Gajapati districts of Odisha today and the wind speed will be 50 to 70 kmph in these areas.Also Read – Weather Forecast: Cyclone ‘Gulaab’ can cause huge destruction, Red Alert issued for these states

The effect of rose will be visible in Mumbai and Maharashtra for two days

The effect of Gulab Cyclone will now be seen in Mumbai, today ie Monday and tomorrow Tuesday, there will be torrential rains in many areas of Mumbai. On September 27 and 28, there is a possibility of heavy rain with wind in Mumbai. Also Read – Cyclone Gulab: NDRF Deploys 18 Teams in Odisha, Andhra Pradesh; Leave of government employees canceled in Bengal

According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of stormy winds in Mumbai and Maharashtra in the next 12 hours, so an alert has been issued for Vidarbha, Marathwada and Madhya Maharashtra. The effect of Cyclone Gulab will be visible in Konkan and Mumbai. The intensity of rain over these places will remain from September 26 to September 29. Also Read – Mumbai Heavy Rain Alert: Heavy rain forecast in Mumbai and Vidarbha next week, Meteorological Department said – more rain in Maharashtra from September 20

Gulab wreaks havoc in Odisha

Cyclone Gulab hit the beach on Sunday night. After the storm hit, there were high waves in the sea and there was heavy rain in many areas. During this, many fishermen of Andhra Pradesh were killed due to the storm, while in Odisha, about 39000 people have been evacuated from their homes and shifted to safer places. The state administration has appealed to the people to stay away from the beaches.

PM Modi spoke of help by tweeting

In view of the outbreak and magnitude of the storm, the Prime Minister has expressed confidence of providing help from the Chief Ministers of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. PM Modi tweeted and said, “Discussed the storm situation in Odisha with Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik ji. The center assures full help in the coming difficulty. I pray for everyone’s safety and well being.

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