Cyclone Maha brews in Arabian Sea after Kyarr weakens
KARACHI: After cyclone Kyarr, which recently passed near coastline of Pakistan, has weakened, another cyclone ‘Maha’ is getting in shape in the Arabian Sea.
“The severe cyclonic storm ‘Maha’ over the eastcentral Arabian Sea has moved north-northwestwards during last 12 hours and located at 0800 PST of November 1, 2019, at a distance of about 1,140 km southeast of Karachi with maximum sustained surface winds of 90-110 km per hour,” the Pakistan Met Department reported.
The PMD said Maha was likely to track further northwestwards and intensify into a very severe cyclonic storm during next 14 hours.
Also Read: Baba says, ‘Giant tsunami going to hit Pakistan’s coastline; hundreds and thousands will die’
“Currently there is no threat to Pakistan coastal area. The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center of PMD is regularly monitoring the intensity and track of this tropical cyclone,” it said.
The met department had asked the relevant authorities to keep visiting the PMD website to check the updates.
On Oct 29, one of the Karachi’s beautiful and clean beaches, French beach had been affected by the cyclonic storm Kyarr.
The huts and the village Haji Ali Muhammad near the beach had been affected by sea water as Kyarr cyclone intensified.
The flood had affected many houses in Ibrahim Hyderi, Rehri Goth and Lath Basti, after the cyclone had caused sea levels to rise overnight and flooded areas along the coastline.
A giant tsunami is soon going to strike Pakistan’s coastal belt and hundreds of thousands of people will die as a result, if Baba Vanga’s predictions are to be believed.
Baba Vanga was a clairvoyant in Bulgaria. She died in 1996 at the age of 85. She had made hundreds of predictions during second half of her life.