Cyclone Tauktae to intensify further before making landfall in Gujarat, India
Cyclone Tauktae is currently moving north-northeast and is likely to intensify rapidly into a ‘severe cyclonic storm’ in the next 12-24 hours. This is the first cyclonic storm this year as India fights a deadly second wave of Covid-19. It is expected to make a landfall in Porbandar, Gujarat on Tuesday afternoon.
Red and Orange alerts have been issued in various parts of the states along the western coast. Low-lying areas of the Islands of Lakshadweep are likely to get flooded.
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Cyclone Tauktae will likely have an adverse impact on the COVID-19 pandemic in western India, as maintaining social distance and hygiene protocols is very difficult for evacuees.
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EigenPrism users can access Tauktae event footprints via the quick links below:
- 5-day forecast max winds – as of 05-14-2021
- Tauktae Forecast Wind Swath – Advisory 06 – as of 05-15-2021
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