Updated on 1 June 2020
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) announced on 1 June, Cyclone Nisarga is expected to develop in the Arabian Sea by 2 June, before reaching the coast of northern Maharashtra and southern Gujarat on Wednesday, 3 June.
The states of Kerala, Karnataka, and Goa are expected to be affected with high winds, rainstorms and possible flooding in some areas 2-4 June.
Heavy rainfall could lead to landslides and flooding
Downed trees, hindering rescue/recovery efforts
Cancelled, delayed, or rerouted flights
Power outages in homes and places of work
Mitigating Measures to Apply:
Check with the supplier to ensure they are open and operating
Monitor local news and weather media for updates
Allow extra time for travel to and from supplier and airport
Avoid traveling through flooded areas
Keep extra bottled water in lodging
Keep electronics charged and maintain contact throughout the remainder of the trip
Confirm flight itinerary prior to departure to the airport
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