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Cyclonic storm likely, to reach north Maharashtra, Gujarat coasts on June 3

On June 2, wind speed will reach 40-50 kmph gusting to 60 over south Gujarat coast, with sea condition very likely to be "rough to very rough"

Fishermen try to control their boat amidst rough sea waters ahead of the landfall of Cyclone Amphan at Puri beach. Photo: PTI
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IMD has also advised fishermen not to venture into west central Arabian sea along and off south Oman and Yemen coasts during the next 24 hours. Photo: PTI

BS Web TeamPTI Ahmedabad
Fishermen who have ventured into the Arabian sea along the north and south Gujarat coasts should return by Sunday and not go out till June 4 as a low pressure area formed over sea is likely to further intensify into a cyclonic storm and will reach north Maharashtra and Gujarat coasts by June 3, the IMD said on Sunday.

The Ahmedabad meteorological centre of IMD also advised hoisting of "distant cautionary (DC)-1" storm warning signals at all ports on north and south Gujarat coasts, as the sea condition was very likely to be "rough to very rough," with wind speed reaching

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First Published: May 31 2020 | 8:34 PM IST

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