A cyclone developing in Arabian Sea may hit the city of Karachi with around latitude 11.0 N and longitude 66.0 E at about 1,550 km south/southwest of Karachi.
The Chief Meteorological officerbof Sindh Dr Sardar Sarfaraz said, “Due to favourable meteorological condition, the system is likely to intensify further into a depression (strong LPA) and move initially in northwest direction”.
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Low Preasure Area of Pakistan
The Met Office of Pakistan is closely monitoring the low-pressure areas of Pakistan Coastal, according to the Office, the system is likely to intensify but still there is no area under threat right now.
If the low-pressure area does concentrate into a cyclonic storm, it will be named Cyclone Biparjoy. It is pertinent to mention here that the name of the Cyclone Biparjoy is given by Bangladesh.
He said the current weather system is likely to intensify further into a depression and move initially in the northwest direction in light of current conditions. Amid the threat, officials are having an eye on low-pressure areas.
The cyclone in the making was dubbed Biparjoy by Bangladesh, which translates into destruction.
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Arabian Sea is notorious for cyclones, especially during pre-monsoon and post-monsoon seasons.