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MoES officials providing timely alerts about Vayu: Vardhan

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 12-06-2019 23:48 IST | Created: 12-06-2019 23:22 IST
MoES officials providing timely alerts about Vayu: Vardhan
Image Credit: Twitter (@ANI)

Union Earth Sciences Minister Harsh Vardhan on Wednesday said cyclone Vayu will hit the Gujarat coast on the afternoon of June 13 with a wind speed of 155-156 kilometres per hour. He said officials of the Ministry of Earth Sciences have been providing timely alerts regarding the impending cyclone.

"I pray for the well-being of all families which may be impacted by #CycloneVayu, expected to hit tom with a wind speed of 155-156kmph on June 13 afternoon. @moesgoi officials are in regular touch providing timely alerts. "Below is a microwave image of VAYU cyclone @CMOGuj @moesgoi," Vardhan tweeted posting satellite images of the storm.



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