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INCOIS gets it right on Cyclone Titli

NYOOOZ 2018-10-11 23:18:12

INCOIS gets it right on Cyclone Titli

  • | Friday | 12th October, 2018


The Indian National Centre for Oceanic Information Services (INCOIS) was able to send warning signals to seafarers out in the deep sea during Cyclone Titli. The eye crossed the coastline, within a period of around two hours, and when the peak wave period was in the range of 10-15 seconds. When it crossed the coast by around 6 a.m., the wave height was a little higher at 10.1 metres. For instance, the buoy deployed at Gopalpur for providing real-time data of wave height and wave period showed that the wave height was 9.1 metres at 4 a.m. when the cyclone eye crossed the area. The Gopalpur buoy recorded a maximum wave height of around eight metres during Phailin cyclone (October 5-14, 2013) whereas it had recorded a high of 3.5 metres on Thursday morning , indicating near perfect observation and deduction.

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