India’s western coast should start preparing itself for two days of rough weather and heavy rain as a cyclonic storm, called Phyan by the Met office is developing over the Arabian Sea off north Maharashtra and south Gujarat coasts.
At danger level 6, this cyclone is likely to hit Mumbai as well as inland Maharashtra on Wednesday bringing heavy to very heavy rainfall. The Met department has advised people in low-lying areas in Mumbai to vacate and ports to reduce activities and take safety measures. Through this photogallery, NDTV.com takes a look at the changes this cyclone will bring with it. (Image: Met Department)
Widespread rainfall across Goa, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh is also expected. According to the Mumbai Met department, the cyclone is likely to intensify further and move northeastwards, crossing south Gujarat and north Maharashtra coast between Mahuva and Dahanu by Thursday.
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