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WorldIndia's west coast hunkers down as Cyclone Vayu approaches

08:30  13 june  2019
08:30  13 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

2 more dead gray whales are found in Alaska, bringing the year's toll to 75 along the US West Coast

2 more dead gray whales are found in Alaska, bringing the year's toll to 75 along the US West Coast Two more gray whales were found dead this week in Alaska amid the mysterious surge of deaths within the species this year along the US West Coast, CNN affiliate KTUU reports. That makes seven in Alaska and at least 75 total, in what the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration calls an "unusual mortality event," the station reports. One of the two found near Kodiak Island in the Gulf of Alaska showed signs of killer whale "predation," KTUU reports. Two more were discovered this week off Washington state. Last month, ocean scientists said they were worried about the death rate, the highest in almost two decades.

Cyclone Vayu approaches India ' s west coast . Credit:Screenshot/CNN. It also warned the cyclone could further delay the progress of the annual monsoon rains over the rest of India , as the storm was drawing rain clouds from over the sea. The arrival of the monsoons on the southern coast of Kerala

Indian authorities evacuated tens of thousands of people on Wednesday as a severe cyclone in the Arabian Sea approached the western state of Gujarat, lashing the coast with high winds and heavy rainfall. Cyclone Vayu , named after the Hindi word for wind

India's west coast hunkers down as Cyclone Vayu approaches
India's west coast hunkers down as Cyclone Vayu approaches
India's west coast hunkers down as Cyclone Vayu approaches
India's west coast hunkers down as Cyclone Vayu approaches
India's west coast hunkers down as Cyclone Vayu approaches
India's west coast hunkers down as Cyclone Vayu approaches
India's west coast hunkers down as Cyclone Vayu approaches
India's west coast hunkers down as Cyclone Vayu approaches
India's west coast hunkers down as Cyclone Vayu approaches

Millions in northwest India face tropical cyclone threat

Millions in northwest India face tropical cyclone threat A month after powerful Tropical Cyclone Fani slammed into India's northeastern coastline, the country faces the threat of another strong storm, this time on its west coast. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Tropical Cyclone Vayu, which formed Monday, strengthened on Tuesday into a hurricane-strength tropical cyclone (meaning winds in excess of 120 kph, or 75 mph) in the Arabian Sea.

Around 300,000 people were evacuated from coastal areas in India as Cyclone Vayu approached A month after powerful Tropical Cyclone Fani slammed into India ' s northeastern coastline , the The Associated Press reported that the storm is slated to hit the western coast of Gujarat later in the week.

Cyclone Vayu was seen churning offshore of western India on Wednesday, June 12, 2019. South of Vayu , moisture will continue to steadily stream onto the southwestern coast of India through the Strengthening Cyclone Vayu is expected to be the equivalent of a Category 1 hurricane when it

VERAVAL, India — Authorities have evacuated nearly 300,000 people from India's western coastline ahead of a very severe cyclone that's expected to make landfall as the year's second major storm.

The India Meteorological Department says Cyclone Vayu, named after the Hindi word for wind, could glance the western state of Gujarat Thursday afternoon before returning to sea.

In Veraval, a hub of India's fishing industry where Vayu was expected to touch down, heavy wind and rain battered the beaches early Thursday. Fishing boats were splintered by huge waves crashing onto shore. Local police tried to convince hut dwellers to leave their homes.

Gale winds up to 180 kilometers (112 miles) per hour and rough sea conditions could last up to 12 hours in the cyclone's wake as it moves west toward Pakistan.

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