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No harm to Indian Coast, due to the Cyclonic Circulation over Gulf Of Thailand

No harm to Indian Coast, due to the Cyclonic Circulation over Gulf Of Thailand

01:18 PM

Thailand Article
A Cyclonic Circulation is seen developing over Gulf of Thailand. This system is extending up to 5.8 kms above sea level. As per Skymet Weather, this system is likely to become more marked and because of this a low-pressure area can also be formed over North Andaman Sea during the next 48 hours.

Also, it has been observed that after the initial direction of easterlies, the low-pressure area may recurve towards Myanmar Coast in a north/northeasterly direction.

As per weathermen, usually the weather systems developed over Thailand or over North Andaman Sea sometimes track towards west or northwest direction and eventually warm up the coastal parts of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.

However, at present the upper air system is not showing any sign of recurve movement toward northeast or north-northeast direction and it is not expected to move towards the Indian coast. This tells us that, no significant weather activities will affect the Indian coast.

However, this system is likely to become more marked and is likely to move towards southern parts of Myanmar coast. Whereas, the northern part of Andaman Sea are likely to witness good rain and thundershower activities in coming 48-72 hours.

Factually, during the months of October and November Cyclonic Circulations usually forms over the Andaman Sea and track towards our Indian Coast.

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