A strong cyclone ‘Tez’ is going to form in the Arabian Sea. It is likely to hit India’s Maharashtra between October 22 and 23. According to India Meteorological Office, the favorable environment for cyclone formation in the Arabian Sea is usually between October and December. Sea surface temperatures are likely to warm to warmer during this period.
Although meteorologists are still unable to say anything about the impact of this cyclone.
A deep depression is likely to form over the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea and adjoining Lakshadweep, The Weather said. By October 21, this cyclone may take a strong shape. During the next 48 hours, this cyclone will move west and northwest. Since then the low pressure may cause heavy rainfall.
The Indian Meteorological Office also said that from the forecast so far, Mumbai and Pune are likely to be affected the most. The temperature may drop between 16 and 17 degrees Celsius. Heavy to very heavy rainfall is expected over coastal districts on October 22-23.
Apart from this, a very deep low pressure is also going to form in the Bay of Bengal soon. It may affect Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh coast after Friday.