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As the weather has already turned squally, the IMD has warned the fishermen not to venture into the sea along the north coastal Andhra and southern Odisha as the depression was likely to cross the coast in those areas.
EXPOSED TO SQUALLY WINDS AND BAKING SUN, COASTAL PLANTS NEED TO BE TOUGH BRINGALITTLE BIT OF YOUR HOLIDAY BACK TO YOUR GARDEN, USING PLANTS WITH ATTITUDE THAT CAN TAKE WHATEVER NATURE THROWSAT THEM.
The Met Office forecast states: "With large amounts of energy again available in this atmosphere, storms could be severe, with torrential downpours, hail and squally gusts of wind.
On March 24, squally wind affected the administration building and 16 secondary schools of Dzhilikul district.
As it moves southwards it is expected to take heavy rain and squally winds into southern parts of Western Australia.
Mr MacColl warned that the weather is likely to be squally with strong winds and advised people to keep up to date with the latest forecasts.
The cyclone will be accompanied by squally winds with a speed of between 45 and 65 km an hour from the morning of October 30, and this will increase to 100 to 125 km an hour at the time of landfall, the IMD said.
On October 14, squally winds and torrential rain are expected to hit the central and northeastern regions of Honshu, including Japan's capital Tokyo.
SQUALLY showers meant tricky conditions for the second round of Guisborough DMC's club trials series and riders needed all their experience to keep scores respectable.
In addition, persistent heavy rain will quickly clear from Scotland leaving squally wintry showers.
Local supplies typically fall during the June to September monsoon season due to lower production, prompting coal traders and consumers to stock up before restrictions kick in at several ports due to squally weather conditions.
At times they had to battle through squally winds, wintry showers, snow and even lightning strikes to help the eight off the Snowdonia peaks, including one woman who suffered a broken ankle.