Clouds Associated with Tropical Storm Exist in South East of Arabian Sea

The latest satellite imagery and weather charts analysis in the National Multi-Hazard Early Warning Center show existence of scattered convective clouds associated with the tropical storm (OCKHI) south east of Arabian Sea lay centered on latitude 6.7 N and longitude 78.3 E.

According to numerical weather predictions charts the storm is likely to intensify more and move toward, the center of Arabian Sea within the next 24 hours.

The forecast indicates that the movement of the Tropical system will be toward the Indian subcontinent during the next few days without any effect over the Sultanate.

The Public Authority for Civil Aviation advices all to follow the weather bulletins published by the centre.

Source: Oman News Agency

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