Pakistan, India and Oman at Risk due to Tropical Cyclone Nilofer in Arabian Sea


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A Well Marked area of low pressure has developed in center point of Arabian Sea, there is a much Potential for development of Tropical Cyclone in Next 3-4 days. Current storm in Arabian sea may convert into a dangerous cyclone, at least many leading models now indicates that the upcoming cyclone might come towards the northwestern side of Gujarat and adjoining parts of Sindh including Thatta and Karachi coast in Pakistan for a landfall also threatening Alerts for Oman, Iran  and India next week. 



The United Kingdom Met office model is the most forthright among all, with prediction for the growth of the current system over Arabian Sea as a very severe Tropical Cyclone (approx. wind speeds ranging between 175- 210 kilometer/hour) and heading for NW Gujarat. Under the influence of Western Disturbance which across the Gulf of Arab and towards Pakistan, Afghanistan and NW India may cause the shift the track of upcoming cyclone - Please wait and stay with PakWeather.com till new developments!
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10 comments:

  1. Kia Karachi ma rain ka chance hoga?

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  2. I think it will directly hit to Oman coast.

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  3. Lahore update plz

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  4. Quetta my winter ka kia surt e hal hoga is saal

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    1. Bhai abi Winter dooor ha ;)

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    2. Khailld sahab phir b hmme bato

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  5. Please spelling to theek type kro :) Admin kon ha is website ka?

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  6. har saal aise naye naye cyclone se kaise bache yeh sochna chahiye ke nahi ?

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  7. abhi curnt position kai ahi tofan ki

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