Low Pressure Over Arabian Sea May Intensify Into Depression In 24 Hours

The IMD said that the low-pressure area may move northwestwards during next 48 hours and then move west-southwestwards.

Low Pressure Over Arabian Sea May Intensify Into Depression In 24 Hours

Low-Pressure area lies over Arabian Sea with associated cyclonic circulation (Representational)

New Delhi:

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday said that a well marked low-pressure area lies over West Central Arabian Sea with associated cyclonic circulation.

"The Well Marked Low-Pressure area lies over West Central Arabian Sea with associated cyclonic circulation. It is very likely to concentrate into a Depression over the same region during the next 24 hrs and likely to intensify further thereafter," IMD said.

The IMD said that the low-pressure area may move northwestwards during next 48 hours and then move west-southwestwards.

"The Well Marked Low-Pressure area is likely to move northwestwards across south Oman and east Yemen coasts during next 48 hours and then move west-southwestwards," IMD said. 
 

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