The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued cyclone alerts in the coastal areas of north and south Konkan and adjoining south Gujarat. Konkan and Goa are likely to receive heavy to very heavy isolated showers. Also Read - Viral Video: Mysterious Bright Lights Spotted Across The Sky in Gujarat's Junagadh, Triggers Speculation of UFOs | Watch
Areas spreading over Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Marathwada, Coastal Karnataka, and Kerala were also alerted about the possibility of heavy rainfall. Also Read - Alert Staffer at Ahmedabad Airport Finds Bag With USD 750, Returns it to Passenger
Except for South Gujarat, Konkan, and Goa, the intensity of rainfall is likely to decrease on Day two. Also Read - AAP to Contest on All seats in Gujarat Assembly Election 2022; Kejriwal Says Things Will Change Now
Over the next two days, there is a possibility of a strong typhoon accompanying rainfall in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. On June 26, Telangana may experience heavy rainfall, while on June 27, Andhra Pradesh is expected to experience the same.
Earlier this month, Mumbai witnessed heavy rainfall that disrupted the local train services and caused inconvenience to the residents. Not just the road and the rail services, but the rains posed a hindrance to the air travel as well.
On October 30 last year, Cyclone Ockhi which originated near Sri Lanka over the Bay of Bengal ripped through southern India killing 365 people. The worst hit district in Tamil Nadu was Kanyakumari with a death toll of 160 people. Later the cyclone moved over the Arabian Sea via Kanyakumari, causing heavy rains and gusty winds.