Cyclone Nisarga Update: IMD Says Wall Cloud Region of Cyclonic Storm to Enter Mumbai and Thane District During Next 3 Hours, Records Wind Speed at Mumbai's Colaba at 72 Kmph

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Mumbai, June 3: The India Meteorological department on Wednesday said that the wall cloud region of cyclonic storm will enter into Mumbai and Thane districts during the next 3 hours. The IMD also said that thunderstorm with rain and wind of speed 20-40 kmph would occur over and adjoining areas of Pilani, Jhunjhunu, Narnaul, Bawal, Rewari during next two hours. Hail precipitation is very likely over and nearby Narnaul during next one hour.

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Informing about the latest development, the IMD said, "Thunderstorm with rain & wind of speed 20-40 kmph would occur over and adjoining areas of Pilani, Jhunjhunu, Narnaul, Bawal, Rewari during next two hours. Hail precipitation is very likely over and nearby Narnaul during next one hour." Cyclone Nisarga Live Path Tracker Map: Check Movement, Forecast and Current Position of Severe Cyclonic Storm Which Will Make Landfall Near Alibaug Today.

Adding more, it said, "The right side of the wall cloud region passes through coastal Maharashtra covering mainly Raigad district. It will gradually enter into Mumbai & Thane district during next 3 hours. Landfall will commence in 1 hr & process will be completed during next 3 hrs."

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Here's what IMD said:


IMD said that Northeast sector of the eye of severe cyclonic storm is entering into land of Maharashtra. Also, rainfall continuing in Maharashtra coast, while wind speed at Mumbai's Colaba was 72 KMPH at 12.30 pm.

Here's what IMD said:



Here's What the Maharashtra CMO said:


Meanwhile, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday said that people who live in temporary or weak houses will be shifted to relief camps, adding that precautions would be taken during the relief and rehabilitation works, considering the prevalence of COVID-19. He had also asked people to stay indoors for two days. Also, ahead of the cyclone Nisarga, the Mumbai police imposed Section 144, prohibiting the movement of public on beaches, promenades and other places near to the coastline.