The Meteorological Department has warned that a cyclone may occur in the Arabian Sea near the West Coast of India between June 11 and 12, Directorate General of Information and Public Relations of Maharashtra said on Sunday.
The department has asked the fishermen to avoid entering the sea during this period.
The cyclone will be around 300 km away from the coast.
Although the cyclone will not hit the state, it will influence the region and gusty winds are likely to lash the region.
The Meteorological experts have predicted that monsoon will hit Mumbai along with the Konkan region during this period.
The country recently witnessed the destruction caused by Cyclone Fani in states like Odisha and West Bengal.
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