According to the latest update from the Civil Aviation Authority, the impact on Dhofar and Al-Wusta governorates is expected to start in the upcoming hours as cyclone Cat.3 ‘Tej’ is 350 km away from coasts of Oman, and the wind speed around the center 100 to 112 knots.’
The direct impacts are expected to begin on several Wilayats in Dhofar and Al Wusta governorates in the upcoming hours, with heavy to very heavy rainfall ranging between 100-300 mm.
The rain will cause wadis flow, along with gusty to high-speed winds of 40-70 knots. The sea is expected to be very rough on the coasts of the Arabian Sea, with wave heights ranging between 7-10 meters. The seawater may reach the low level coastal areas
Meanwhile earlier a number of homes were evacuated in the central Salalah and Adunab regions today
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