Yemen: Cyclone ‘Tej’ expected to make landfall between Yemen and Oman on October 25

PUNE: The Indian Meteorological Division (IMD) Saturday stated that the Extreme Cyclonic Storm “Tej,” has been steadily advancing over the southwest Arabian Sea.
Previously 6 hours, the storm has moved west-northwestwards at a velocity of 18 kmph. As of 1730 hours IST on October 21, “Tej” was positioned roughly 440 km east-southeast of Socotra, Yemen, 800 km south-southeast of Salalah, Oman, and 830 km southeast of Al Ghaidah, Yemen.
IMD predicted that the cyclonic storm will proceed its west-northwestward trajectory and is predicted to accentuate additional right into a “very extreme cyclonic storm” over the following 12 hours. Subsequently, it’s more likely to change path, transferring northwestwards till the morning of October 24, adopted by a north-northwestward monitor. The storm is forecasted to make landfall between Al Ghaidah, Yemen, and Salalah, Oman, throughout the early hours of October 25.
In gentle of this improvement, IMD has issued climate warnings related to Cyclonic Storm “Tej” for the Southwest Arabian Sea. Fishermen are strongly suggested to chorus from venturing into the Southwest Arabian Sea till October 25. Equally, the warning extends to the Westcentral Arabian Sea, and fishermen are urged to keep away from this space till the evening of October twenty fifth. People at present at sea are inspired to return to the coast instantly.

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