Cyclone Biparjoy Live Updates: Cyclone Biparjoy moves to Rajasthan; red alert in Jalore, Barmer

Updates on Cyclone Biparjoy in real time Currently, June 16, 2023: Kutch is still feeling the effects of the powerful cyclonic storm Biparjoy more than 12 hours after it made landfall at Jakhau port on the Gujarat coast.

India’s Cyclone Biparjoy 16th of June live updates: Cyclone Biparjoy, which proceeded towards the desert state after making landfall in Gujarat on Thursday, caused heavy rain to fall in a number of locations in the Jalore and Barmer districts of Rajasthan, according to officials. According to a representative of the meteorological department, some locations experienced 60–70 mm of rain on Thursday night, and exceptionally heavy rain is expected to pour on Friday in the districts and nearby areas. Jalore and Barmer have received a “red” notice from the department. The locations where the alert has been sounded may have more than 200 mm of rainfall. According to the official, Biparjoy will weaken and move farther over Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Pali, and Sirohi, where it is likely that very heavy rains will occur.

Cyclone Biparjoy Live Updates: Cyclone Biparjoy moves to Rajasthan; red alert in Jalore, Barmer

Kutch is still feeling the effects of the powerful cyclonic storm Biparjoy more than 12 hours after it made landfall at Jakhau port on the Gujarat coast. The government’s machinery has been turned on to evaluate the cyclone’s damage. In other places, communication links have also been damaged. Friday morning brought strong winds and continuous rain to the coastal region. For the most recent updates, scroll down!

What to expect: Devang Rathod, sub-divisional magistrate of Abdasa, spoke to The Indian Express by phone from his office in Naliya, a village 22 kilometres inland from Jakhau port. “IMD has predicted that gusting winds and rains will persist in Kutch at least till afternoon before cyclone crosses over to Rajasthan,” he said. According to him, the quiet in Naliya lasted for about six hours between 9 p.m. on Thursday and 3 a.m. on Friday as the storm’s eye passed over the area after the initial gusts and rain early in the evening on Thursday. However, severe winds reappeared at roughly 3:30 AM with considerably higher wind speeds, and they are still blowing right now, according to the SDM, who spoke at 7:24 AM.

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