Maha Cyclone: Gujarat gets relief from Maha Cyclone, Know the latest update: People of Gujarat have got relief from cyclone. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Thursday that Cyclone ‘Maha’ weakened in the Arabian Sea and turned into a pressure zone without knocking over the state.
The IMD said the cyclone which lifted from the Arabian Sea weakened sharply on Wednesday and turned into deep pressure and then the pressure zone by Thursday morning. The IMD said in a release that the pressure zone is about 100 km south of the Veraval coast of Gujarat.
According to the release, it is likely to move towards east-northeast and then weaken over the next 12 hours as a low pressure area along the south Gujarat coast. According to this, due to this seasonal situation, light to moderate rain will occur in most parts of Gujarat in the next two days.
Jayant Sarkar, director of the Ahmedabad IMD center, said ‘Maha’ is no longer a cyclone. It has transformed into a pressure zone in the sea without knocking off the Gujarat coast. Most districts may receive rain in the next two days. The IMD said that fishermen, however, have been advised not to venture into the sea during the next 12 hours as the weather conditions there will worsen.