Pakistan is out of danger from cyclone Luban: Met Office

The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Tuesday informed that Pakistan’s coastline is out of the danger posed by tropical cyclone Luban, that was formed in the Arabian Sea off Oman.

Further, the weather department notified of the high chances that the tropical cyclone will hit the coasts of Yemen and Oman in the next two days.

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Pasni, Gwadar, Ormara and Karachi are safe from the tropical cyclone, it added.

“There will be no storm surge, strong winds or heavy rainfall on Pakistan’s coastal areas,” the Met department said, adding, the only effect of Luban cyclone will be experienced in the form of an overcast sky.

Luban, that started forming last week, has intensified into a cyclonic storm by now, as per weather reports.

A day earlier, the India Meteorological Department said the storm was some 1,040 kilometres (645 miles) east-southeast of Salalah, Oman, moving around 20 kph (12.5 mph).

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