Karachi: In a surprising turn of events, Cyclone ‘Biparjoy’ in the southeastern Arabian Sea has shifted its trajectory, now heading towards the north and northeast. This change in direction, as confirmed by Chief Meteorologist Sardar Sarfraz, poses potential risks to the coastal regions of Pakistan, including neighbouring India.
Chief Meteorologist Sardar Sarfraz, a renowned authority in weather forecasting, stated that the cyclone is predicted to maintain its northern course for the next 48 hours.
The Cyclone is approximately 1,160 kilometres away from Karachi, a major port city in Pakistan’s southern region. Read more.
While the exact impact on coastal areas remains uncertain, Sardar Sarfraz emphasized that it is premature to determine which countries will be directly affected by the cyclone. Meteorological experts closely monitor the storm’s movement and intensity to provide accurate and timely information.
Local Authorities in Karachi have initiated precautionary measures to ensure the safety of residents and minimize potential damage. Residents are advised to stay informed about weather updates and follow the instructions provided by relevant authorities. Coastal areas and nearby regions are urged to remain vigilant as the cyclone’s path evolves.
The potential impact of Cyclone ‘Biparjoy’ highlights the significance of proactive disaster management and preparedness in vulnerable regions. Authorities and emergency response teams are on high alert, ready to mobilize resources and provide assistance as required.
International communities and neighbouring countries are also monitoring the situation closely, ready to extend support and aid if necessary. Coordination between meteorological agencies and disaster management authorities is crucial to mitigate the potential risks of severe weather events.
As Cyclone ‘Biparjoy’ continues its path toward the coastal areas of Pakistan, further updates and forecasts will be provided by meteorological experts. The safety and well-being of the affected population remain the top priority as preparations are made to face the impending cyclone with resilience and effective disaster response mechanisms.