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Fishermen advised not to sail into rough Arabian sea till June 4

Adam H. Sobel, Atmospheric scientist at the Columbia University has also anticipated a cyclone over the Arabian Sea, early next week.

Turbulent waves crash into the coast Kasimedu Fishing Harbour, ahead of landfall by Cyclone Amphan, in Chennai. Photo: PTI
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The situation is being monitored and accordingly a daily update will be provided, IMD said

Agencies New Delhi
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Wednesday said that a low-pressure area was likely to form over the southeast Arabian Sea and adjoining areas around May 31 and advised fishermen not to venture into the deep-sea fishing till June 4.

"The situation is being monitored and accordingly a daily update will be provided," the weather bureau said, news agency PTI reported.

Adam H. Sobel, Atmospheric scientist at the Columbia University has also anticipated a cyclone over the Arabian Sea, early next week.

"Possible landfalls all over the map: Oman, Pakistan, etc.; most recent ECMWF (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts)

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First Published: May 27 2020 | 2:42 PM IST

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