Cyclone Biparjoy, which recently formed in the Arabian Sea, has weakened but is still potent enough to potentially cause extensive damage, according to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). The cyclone has led to heavy rainfall in parts of Gujarat, and there are concerns about possible damage to houses and infrastructure.
The IMD has been closely monitoring Cyclone Biparjoy’s trajectory and intensity, providing regular updates to the public and local authorities. As the cyclone weakened, it reduced the likelihood of a direct landfall, but the IMD has cautioned that the system remains strong enough to cause significant impacts.
The heavy rainfall accompanying the cyclone poses a risk of flooding in low-lying areas, particularly in coastal regions. Local authorities and disaster management agencies have been advised to take precautionary measures and ensure the safety of residents in vulnerable areas.
The IMD’s forecast suggests that parts of Gujarat are likely to experience intense rainfall, which may result in localized flooding, waterlogging, and disruption to transportation and essential services. The authorities have been urged to remain vigilant and take necessary steps to mitigate the potential damage.
In addition to the impact on infrastructure, there is concern about the potential damage to houses in the affected areas. Strong winds associated with the cyclone can cause structural damage and pose a risk to the safety of residents. People living in vulnerable structures have been advised to seek shelter in safer locations until the cyclone passes.
Efforts are underway to minimize the impact of the cyclone and ensure the safety and well-being of the affected communities. Local authorities, disaster management agencies, and relief organizations are actively coordinating response measures, including pre-positioning resources, conducting evacuations where necessary, and setting up temporary shelters for those displaced by the cyclone.
It is essential for residents in the affected areas to stay updated on weather alerts and follow the instructions and advisories issued by local authorities. Taking necessary precautions and adhering to safety guidelines can help mitigate the risks associated with the cyclone and minimize potential damage.
As Cyclone Biparjoy weakens and moves away from the coast, the IMD will continue to monitor its progress and provide timely updates. It is crucial for residents, authorities, and relief agencies to remain vigilant and prepared until the cyclone threat subsides completely.