June 13, 2014 – BR Report
In a special weather advisory, the Meteorological of Pakistan (PMD) said on Thursday that “The Tropical Cyclone 02A (Nanauk), located at Lat 18 N and Long. 64 E, about 680km south-south-west of Karachi, is likely to move further west-north-west ward (towards Oman Coast) with a speed of 10km/hr.
The TC 02A is likely to further intensify into a Severe Tropical Cyclone in next 24 hours with a maximum sustained wind speed of 50-60 knots gusting up to 80 knots. After 48 hours, the TC may start weakening gradually and there is high probability of its dissipation over the water (near Oman Coast) before making landfall. None of the area of Pakistan is under threat, however some isolated rain/thundershowers expected along Sindh-Makran coast on Friday/Saturday.