No threat to coastal Gujarat from ‘Sagar’

AHMEDABAD: Cyclonic typhoon ‘Sagar’ which is increase near Yemen in the Gulf of Aden will not make any have an effect on on coastal Gujarat as it's moving against Gulf of Oman, consistent with meteorological department. However, no longer keen to take any chance, the state management has initiated precautionary measures that include hoisting of far-off warning (DW) signal quantity 2 at all main ports along the Gujarat coast.

India meteorological department (IMD) Gujarat director, Jayanta Sarkar, said that there is no danger to Gujarat from this cyclonic typhoon which is moving westwards. “Possibility of ‘Sagar’ making any significant have an effect on along the Gujarat coast is very much less. There is no need to worry,” Sarkar said.


“Sagar moved rather westwards with a velocity of eight kmph prior to now 6 hours, and on Thursday, it used to be about 390 km east-northeast of Aden (Yemen) and 560km west-northwest of Socotra Islands. It is more likely to accentuate in the subsequent 12 hours and would possibly transfer westwards for some extra time and then against west-southwest,” said the cyclone alert through the IMD.


According to the newest projections, the typhoon is more likely to transfer against west-southwards in the subsequent 24 hours, which effectively implies that it'll no longer leave any main have an effect on on Gujarat coast, officials said.


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