Updated on May 20, 2018: The low pressure area has formed over Southeast Arabian Sea and an associated upper air cyclonic circulation is extending up to 3.6 km. The system is expected to become a depression in the next 48 hours. The system also has the potential of becoming a cyclonic storm subsequently.
Thereafter, the system is expected to follow a west northwest direction towards the coasts of South Oman and North Yemen during the coming week.
Published on May 18, 2018: After Cyclone Sagar, Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) has triggered another weather system in the Indian waters. A cyclonic circulation had originated in the Comorin area during the last 48 hours. Moving westwards, the circulation is now seen over Southeast Arabian Sea and neighborhood areas.