Yesterday, Yaas was expected to peak and make landfall as a 70kts category 1 cyclone as high wind shear unfavoured its development, Yaas continues to steadily intensify more than what was originally anticipated. Right now it still has around 12 hours for development before landfall and is already an 85mph
Tropical storm 02B has formed in the Bay of Bengal overnight as it continues to organize 373 miles (600 km) north-northwest of Port Blair (Andaman Islands), 335 miles (540 km) south-southeast of Paradip (Odisha), 404 miles (650 km) south-southeast of Balasore (Odisha) and 391 miles (630 km) south-southeast of Digha
Tauktae has weakened further over the past 12 hours as it slowly makes its way northward from its initial landfall spot yesterday, its currently 35 km southwest of Surendranagar and 105 km south-southwest of Ahmedabad. As of 12:00 UTC Force thirteen has downgraded the storm into a 60 mph (97
Cyclone Tauktae has made landfall in Gujarat, India and is now slowly moving inland as it weakens continuing to deliver life-threatening conditions along the way. Currently, it is 47 miles (75 km) north-northeast of Diu, 19 miles (30 km) south of Amreli and 149 miles (240 km) south-southwest of Ahmedabad.
Cyclone Tauktae nears Powerful Landfall on Gujarat Cyclone Tauktae slightly weakened over the past hours as it approaches Gujarat and makes the strongest landfall in the state in 23 years. It currently has 1-min winds of 195 kph (120 mph) and a central pressure of 944 Mb. The Indian Meteorological
Cyclone Tauktae has maintained its strength over the past 6 hours as it moves northward just offshore of India’s west coast, it’s currently 93 miles (150 km) west of Mumbai and 137 miles (220 km) south-southeast of Diu. Currently, Force thirteen has the storm at a 1-minute sustained wind speed