Weather department warns of cyclone, high waves along Kerala coast.
Thiruvananthapuram: Cyclonic storm is been marked with low-pressure venue creating over equatorial Indian ocean and touching southwest claim of Bengal, south Srilanka coast moving westward. It is said to move towards west-north-westwards by the next 48 hrs over the southeast Arabian Sea.
The Regional worked Meteorologic Centre (RSMC) has reported regarding the debased-pressure has the latent of cyclone beginning debased to average in the next 24 to 72 hrs.
The weather department and adversity management have warned for high waves up to 11 feet and squally meanders along the Kerala coast.
The Kerala State adversity Management Department (KSDMA) has ordered to exact enforcement of the fishing decree for the next three days to avoid fishermen into the sea.
KSDMA and Indian Ocean have informed of high waves in the extent of 2.5 to 3.2 meters (8 to 11 feet) during 5.30pm on March 11 to 11.30pm on March 14 along the coast of Kerala from Vizhinjam to Kozhikode.
KSDMA has warned the state rulers, residents and concern authority of the state.