After cyclone Fani wreaked havoc across the eastern part of India, the country faces a new problem – this time on the western side. And that is Cyclone Vayu.
Cyclone Vayu right now is a deep depression over the Southeast and East Central Arabian Sea and is likely to be intensified as a cyclone in a few days. Forecasts suggest that at maximum it will have the maximum speed of 110-135 km per hour. This depression was formed because of the warm sea surface temperature resulting in evaporation and ultimately condensation.