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Cyclone Biporjoy News Check Route, Live Location, Speed of Cyclone

A cyclone named Biporjoy might hit Gujarat anytime soon. Here on this page, we are providing important news updates regarding Biporjoy’s Current Location, Wind Speed, Route or Areas of Impact, and others.

It was predicted that two cyclones would hit Gujarat simultaneously in the first ten days of June. A cyclonic system is going to be formed in the Arabian Sea. This cyclonic system has been named Biporjoy or Biporejoy. Important news has come out about cyclone Biporejoy, which is threatening Gujarat.

Cyclone Biporjoy Route & Area of Impact

Biporjoy Cyclone Image Courtesy: VTV Gujarati

Cyclone Biporejoy is approaching Gujarat. But the news of relief is that this storm will not hit the sea off Gujarat. Cyclone Biporejoy will blow towards Pakistan. On June 10, the storm will pass through Gujarat and on June 12, it will hit Pakistan.

However, the impact of this storm will be seen in Gujarat. As part of its impact, Gujarat will see rainfall. North Gujarat will see a change in the atmosphere of the Saurashtra region.

Cyclone Biporjoy Time, Real-Time Location

According to the Meteorological Department, there may be heavy rains in the state from June 7 to 11. A cyclonic circulation will form over the southeast Arabian Sea on June 5. This storm has been named Biporjoy. Due to this, the cyclonic circulation can become low pressure around June 7. Due to this, there is a possibility of heavy rains from June 7 to 11 along with the storm.

Rain Impact of Biporjoy

In the last 24 hours, 11 talukas in the state have received rainfall. Rainfall was recorded in five talukas of Banaskantha district. Tharad and Deodar in Banaskantha recorded the highest rainfall of one inch.

Between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m., 54 talukas in the state received rainfall. The highest rainfall of two inches was recorded in Mehmedabad in Kheda. Lakheni in Banaskantha and Nadiad in Kheda received more than one and a half inches of rain. More than an inch of rain was recorded in 12 talukas in just two hours this morning.

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