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Cyclone Tej turns into severe sea storm in Arabian Sea

Cyclone Tej turns into severe sea storm in Arabian Sea

Cyclone Tej turns into severe sea storm in Arabian Sea

Cyclone Tej turns into severe sea storm in Arabian Sea

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  • The CWC says that the storm has moved to the north-west.
  • It is 300 km away from Salalah, Oman.
  • There is no danger to the coastal areas of Pakistan.
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 Cyclone Tej in the southwest of the Arabian Sea has turned into a severe sea storm, Bol News reported.

According to the Cyclone Warning Center (CWC), the storm has moved to the north-west during the last 12 hours.

The cyclone is 300 km from the south-west of Salalah, Oman, and 220 km from the south-east of Al-Ghaiza, Yemen.

In this regard, the Pakistan Metrological Department (PMD) said that the extremely severe storm is 1520 km away from Gwadar.

The PMD says that the winds at the surface of the storm are blowing at a speed of 150 to 160 km per hour.

The storm’s flanks are touching speeds of 180 km per hour, with waves as high as 35 feet on the sides of the storm system.

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Further, the direction of the storm is towards the coast of Oman and Yemen; there is no danger to the coastal areas of Pakistan.

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