Panaji: The Indian Meteorological Department on Monday said the state will not face any adverse impact of cyclone ‘Amphan’ which is developed in the Bay of Bengal.
Cyclone Amphan, the extremely severe cyclonic storm located currently over central part of the south Bay of Bengal, 800 kilometres south of Paradip, Odisha brought squally winds reaching at the speed 20-25 km/ph in Goa which will continue till Tuesday afternoon.
The weather department has not issued any alert and says it will be the general weather for next couple of days.
Though Goa is not in the cyclone’s path, the sky is expected to remain cloudy with one or two light spells of rain and light winds.
The annual southwest monsoon is expected to hit Kerala on June 8, as per the IMD report. The four months monsoon season from June to September in the country begins from Kerala.