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Cyclone Vayu LIVE Updates: Mumbai to remain largely unaffected by storm; light showers, increased wind speed likely

Firstpost Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Cyclone Vayu LIVE Updates: Bishwombhar Singh, director in-charge, Regional Weather Forecasting Centre, Mumbai told ANI that the Cyclone Vayu will not have much effect on Mumbai. The city will probably receive light rain and witness some increase in wind speed which may just cool down the temperatures further
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News video: Cyclone Vayu blows away heavy water tanks like balloons

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Winds preceding super severe Cyclone Vayu blew away hundreds of heavy water tanks on June 12 in Dhule in western India. The water tanks made of tough polymer and weighing up to 200 kg were tossed around like balloons by the heavy winds. The incident occurred at a company yard owned by...

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