On Wednesday, as it neared the coast of Maharashtra, heavy rain, wind and high tides appeared in Alibag near Mumbai, and it is expected to occur there.
At least 100,000 people, including some coronavirus sufferers, have been relocated to other areas in Mumbai for more than 70 years before a disaster strikes.
In addition to shelters and temples, Alibaba, which boasts an array of galleries, began preparing for the storm last night in the direction of Hirschhair in Raggad. The coastal town, located about 150 kilometers from Mumbai, drove people off the coast.
According to weather forecasts, Hurricane Nessarga, Mahararat, and Gujarat beaches hit 110 km / h. According to the warning, it will result in heavy rain and six feet high.
According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), four areas in Maharashtra can be highly vulnerable to Nagasaki – Tan, Palgrad, Ragan and Mumbai.
In the morning, Cyclone Nisarga flew north along the coast of Maharashtra at a speed of 11 km.
The IFDA forecasts rainfall in most areas along the coast of Karnataka and Marathawada in the next few hours. Heavy rainfall may occur in Mumbai and Tenant and in low lying areas.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Udad Tucker Ray warned people not to leave the house for two days.
This is the second hurricane to hit India in two weeks and the first to hit Mumbai in over 100 years.
The hurricane Nisarga came in last month, leaving hundreds of people dead and hundreds of electricity and telephone connections in Bengali, leaving hundreds of people dead.