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Cyclone Nisarga to make landfall in Mumbai coast by Wednesday noon

DO's & DON'Ts

  1. Remain indoors during cyclone
  2. If outside, stay away from objects, trees and buildings
  3. Dial national disaster helpline in emergency: 011-1078
  4. Keep phone in power-saving mode
  5. It is advisable to carry a waterproof cover or plastic to cover/wrap the phone because a wet battery can blast
  6. Don't walk in running floodwaters
  7. Use a stick to check the depth of the water
  8. Beware of deep holes like manholes below the floodwaters
  9. It's always better to keep away from floodwaters even if you know swimming
  10. Check firmness of the ground in front of you at every step

MUMBAI, June 2: Maharashtra is bracing for tropical cyclone Nisarga set to make landfall on Wednesday on the Mumbai coast.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned of flooding of Mumbai and low-lying areas of Thane and Raigad districts.

The IMD has warned the cyclone could make landfall along the 260-km stretch between Maharashtra's Raigad and Daman.

The 260-km strech from Raigad to Daman has one of the highest population densities in the country. Apart from Mumbai, it also has satellite cities like Thane, Navi- Mumbai, Panvel, Kalyan-Dombivli, Mira-Bhayander, Vasai-Virar, Ulhasnagar, Badlapur and Ambernath.

"The Low-pressure area intensified into a depression this morning (Tuesday). To intensify into a cyclonic storm and cross north Maharashtra and south Gujarat coast during 3rd June evening/night," IMD had said yesterday.

It may have a speed of 105-110 kmph when it crosses the coast. After the cyclone alert, fishermen have returned from the sea to the western coast.

Nisarga is forecast to lash Maharashtra-Gujarat coast. The storm may bring heavy rain and floods in the coastal areas.

Apart from flooding, damage may occur to buildings by falling trees.

The cyclone is likely to make a landfall close to Mumbai to the north on Wednesday. There may be strong winds and heavyy rain of over 100mm from Tuesday night till Wednesday night. Tropical cyclone Nisarga comes after a week of Amphan battering Bengal.





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