Arabian sea tropical cyclone ‘YAVU’ to strengthen and threaten India, Pakistan this week

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  • Tropical Cyclone Vayu will threaten western India and southeastern Pakistan later this week.
  • Rainfall flooding, storm-surge flooding and damaging winds are all potential impacts.
  • This could be the strongest tropical cyclone to make landfall on northwestern India’s coast since 1999.

Tropical Cyclone Vayu is strengthening and poses a danger to parts of western India and southeastern Pakistan later this week, including flooding rain, storm surge and damaging winds. Vayu could be the strongest tropical cyclone to make landfall along far northwestern India’s coastline in 20 years.

Tropical Cyclone Vayu is less than 600 miles south-southeast of Karachi, Pakistan, and is being steered generally northward along the western periphery of a high-pressure system situated over India.

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