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A TROPICAL STORM ("PHAILIN"?) TO HIT OMAN ON MAY 27, 2013

We had predicted two days ago (May 11) that the Arabian Sea was now going to churn out a cyclone in the next ten days. Forecasts are consistently supporting this forecast so we felt impelled (we have been getting many queries) to write these lines today.

Yes,  a storm (PHAILIN?) is likely to form in the Arabian Sea near the Kerala coast on the 21st of May, 2013. It will then move more or less in a NW direction in the coming days. It will strengthen all the time and move towards Oman. It is likely to hit Oman on May 27, 2013.

It is too early to say about the size of the tropical storm but indications are that PHAILIN will be a big tropical storm. And it will bring lots of rains to Oman from May 27.

We will keep updating you with the latest forecasts about the possible tropical storm in the coming days.

RAIN PREDICTION MAP: MAY 21 TO MAY 27, 2013: OWING TO  EXPECTED ARABIAN SEA STORM

7 comments:

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Editor said...

"Thanks for the updated information.pls keep on updating as we people in oman are keeping our fingers crossed . I started viewing this page only a couple of days back but fee llike this page is a reliable source of information regarding weather forecasts."
Sk

We shall keep you updated with the latest forecasts

Anonymous said...

i had infmd u 12 day's ago that a cyclone would form in arabian sea .

Anonymous said...

what's the latest update about this?

Editor said...

Latest forecasts discount any big storm in the Arabian Sea, but we will keep a close watch. As the monsoons enter the Arabian Sea, they usually throw up a storm. The possibility remains till latter half of June.

Anonymous said...

what is the latest update on this cyclone.

Shahbaz said...

The low pressure area over westcentral Arabian sea and adjoining Oman seems unimportant Now.

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