Cyclone Tej is coming after Mokha

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After the cyclone is over, ‘Tej’ is coming. The India Meteorological Department said it could be devastating when it makes landfall. Cyclone ‘Tez’ is likely to form in the Arabian Sea between June 8 and June 10. It is estimated that a low pressure will form in the Arabian Sea between 5 and 7 June. It will develop into a deep depression over Kerala coast. Then it can move north and north-west. Later, if it turns into a strong cyclone, its name will be ‘Tej’. The India Meteorological Department said, initially, a cyclone will form. Then this gyre in the Arabian Sea will gradually become deeper and deeper depression. Heavy rain will start. According to the news, this cyclone may move towards the north. In that case, there may be heavy rainfall in the Western Ghats. Kerala can float. There is still no clear idea whether this cyclone will be an obstacle in the way of monsoon in the southern states of India. Thick black clouds are already visible in the sky of Kerala. The Indian Meteorological Department has forecast rain in Kerala on Sunday. The European Center for Medium Range Weather Forecasts and the Global Forecast System have received clear indications of a cyclone forming in the Arabian Sea. Indian Meteorological Department scientist d. Sivananda Pai also agreed to the matter. Whether its impact could be devastating is yet to be predicted. The Indian Meteorological Department has said that the cyclone may wreak havoc in the coastal states of the South-Eastern Arabian Sea. If the cyclone forms at the right time, the cyclone can hit the Arabian Sea in the second week of June. May run rampant in India’s Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. 

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