Cyclone Nisarga killed four people & left a trail of destruction as it made landfall in Alibaug, Maharashtra on the afternoon of June 3. It damaged power-supply lines, roads, houses and trees, with winds gusting up to 100-110 kmph across Maharashtra’s coastal districts. A 58-year-old man died after an electric pole fell on him in Alibaug and a tree crushed a 10-year-old boy in Srivardhan. Reportedly, eight people were injured in Sindhudurg and Ratnagiri. Later on June 3 it was confirmed that a 65-year-old woman & a 52-year-old man died after the tin sheets over their roofs were blown in separate incidents in Pune district. Across coastal Maharashtra, including in Mumbai, 85,000 people were evacuated from their homes. The Raigad district administration estimated at least 10,000 tree-fall incidents across affected areas. Power utilities were shut down through most of the district, while structures with tin roofs blown away by high-speed winds were a common sight across all affected areas. Mobile services were affected in many tehsils in the coastal districts. However, Mumbai largely remained unaffected. However, Mumbai largely remained unaffected. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray thanked the people of Maharashtra and the state authorities in unitedly facing the crisis. Nisarga had weakened into a 'cyclonic storm' in the evening on June 3 and by night, it further weakened into a deep depression and now lay over north-central Maharashtra. Authorities in Indore and Ujjain divisions in the western part of Madhya Pradesh have been asked to be prepared to deal with the impact of Cyclone 'Nisarga', which is likely to hit the state on June 4, 2020.