Landfall of Cyclone Biparjoy commences along India-Pakistan border


The landfall of Typhoon Biparjoy, right now delegated a “extremely serious cyclonic tempest”, started along the Indian Gujarat coast and the Pakistan-India line at 7pm on Thursday, as per the Pakistan Meteorological Division (PMD).

The PMD said the twister had moved further east-northeastward during the most recent three hours and its landfall would be finished by 12 PM.

In a tweet, Environmental Change Priest Sherry Rehman said Biparjoy had purportedly made landfall in Indian Gujrat.

“It is currently a ways off from Pakistan, and will probably start counterclockwise landfall around or after 12 PM in our beach front regions. The ocean might be harsh with high waves at the center. Kindly stay safe,” she added.

It added that the twister would bring twists between 100-120km/h with blasts up to 140km/h with greatest wave level of 20-25 feet.

The alarm said that far and wide wind-dust/tempest and weighty downpour was possible in Sindh’s Thatta, Sujawal, Badin, Tharparkar, Mirpurkhas, and Umerkot regions from June 15-17.

It further anticipated dust/tempests and downpour joined by blustery breezes in Karachi, Hyderabad, Tando Muhammad Khan, Tando Allayar, Shaheed Benazirabad, and Sanghar areas today and tomorrow (Friday).

It added that residue/tempest and secluded weighty precipitation was probable in Balochistan’s Center, Lasbela, and Khuzdar regions today and tomorrow.

The weather conditions alert said that a tempest flood of 3-4 meters was normal at Keti Bander, where the typhoon will make landfall, and its environmental factors.

“Ocean conditions along Sindh coast might get extremely unpleasant/high (2-2.5m) and harsh/exceptionally unpleasant (2m) along Balochistan coast (Sonmiani, Center point, Kund Malir, Ormara and environmental elements),” it added.


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