Know the signal numbered 1 to 12

Following 'Tau-te' moving at a fast pace, the signal of No. 10, No. 12 in Veraval, everything that came in between is gone!

A signal system has been in place at the port for hurricane hazards since 1805

At the ports of Gujarat, 12 signals are waved according to the wind speed

Hurricane 'Tau-Te' will hit the coast of Gujarat tonight between 8 and 11 km between Porbandar and Mahuva at a speed of about 155 to 165 kmph. The hurricane is currently 250 km from Diu and 290 km from Veraval. The state government has claimed that it has made full preparations for this. Meanwhile, a red alert has been issued in the state. Different number of signals are kept on the coast. However most people do not know why this signal is and what works. Through this report, we are giving you some information about the 1 to 12 signals at the ports today.

Saurashtra currently has two signals

These signals are known as the Beaufort Scale, which was introduced during the British rule. It was first determined by a British naval officer, Francis Beaufort, in 1805 on the basis of wind speed. At present, 12 such signals have been sent to the coast and ports of Gujarat. Saurashtra currently has two signals, which could be amplified depending on the next situation.

A frightening signal number 10 was heard in Veraval

Hurricane 'Tau-Te', which originated in the Arabian Sea, is moving fast towards the coast of Gujarat, when Divya Bhaskar's team reached the port of Veraval, the effect of the storm was seen. Hurricanes are raging at the port and people are gasping for breath. There is a fear of strong winds blowing at Veraval port. A very alarming signal number 10 has been put up at Gir-Somnath-Veraval port. The hurricane is likely to cross the northern shore of Veraval port, thus experiencing very stormy winds at the port.

Signal number 17 was reached in 1946

Normally the signal is only up to number 12, but if the wind speed increases too much, the number may increase, as signal number 17 was reached due to the hurricane in 1946. After the Bengal hurricane in 1964, the British government also conducted a detailed study of the weather in India, with occasional hurricane speeds ranging from 150 to 250 per hour.

If the wind speed increases too much, the number may also increase.

Preparations on a war footing

A total of 44 NDRF teams are in Tehenat

Arrangements like ICU on wheels standby

GEB teams are on the verge of disruption of power supply to taluka centers

Teams from the Forest, Corporation also standby following fears of falling trees

Army, Navy, Air Force also standby

No supply of oxygen means generator, power bank system in hospitals

One and a half lakh people from several villages will be relocated to safer places through Kovid protocol

Vaccination centers closed in the state for two days

Ordering voluntary organizations to be ready

Many trees collapsed.

Many trees collapsed.

The hurricane is moving at a speed of 35 km and 16 km towards Gujarat

The hurricane killed 4 people in Karnataka and 2 in Maharashtra. 7 districts are affected. An estimated 300 people are in refugee centers.

Water seeped into homes in Goa. Heavy rains are likely in 4 districts of Maharashtra including Mumbai and Konkan. 101 NDRF teams have been deployed in the coastal states. The highest risk is in Gujarat.

The epicenter was reported at 30 to 35 km / h. Is. There are no clouds or strong winds blowing here, while the brightest in the encirclement is about 150 km. The wind is blowing at the speed of an hour. When a hurricane hits the ground, the wind speed is 100-120 kmph. It is expected to change from 'awful' to 'awful'.

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