Cyclone Vayu: A list of do's and don'ts to stay safe
New Delhi, June 13: The cyclonic storm Vayu appears to have changed course overnight and is not likely to hit Gujarat. According to the IMD, it moved north-northwestwards in the last six hours and is currently 130 km southwest of Veraval in Gujarat and 180 km south of Porbandar. It is likely to move north-northwestwards for some time and then northwestwards, skirting the coast of Saurashtra with wind speeds of 135 kmph to 145 kmph from Thursday afternoon.
Warships and aircraft of the Indian Navy have been kept standby. A general alert has been sounded across 10 districts in Gujarat as wind speeds are likely to touch 170 kilometres per hour.