The meeting is scheduled to be attended by Chief Secretaries of Gujarat and Advisor to Administrator of Diu.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tweeted wishing for the safety of those who are in the path of the storm.
Tropical cyclone Vayu in the East Arabian Sea has moved further northward during last eight hours and slightly intensified now laying centred around Lat.16.5N and Long.70.8E at a distance of about 1000 km south of Karachi.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi has appealed to all party workers to be prepared to help out in areas that get affected by Cyclone Vayu in Gujarat.
Cyclone Vayu, which has been classified as "very severe", is expected to make landfall early on Thursday.
According to media reports now Vayu is 480km southwest of Mumbai and moving to the north. Wind speeds could reach up to 155 kmph during landfall in Gujarat.
The storm that began to show signs of developing past weekend has strengthened with current wind speeds of 102 kilometres per hour, gusting to 130 km/h, making it equivalent to a tropical storm.
India's Meteorological Department is also warning of the potential for very heavy rainfall (over 200 millimeters or 8 inches) along with wind gusts over 135 kph along the Gujarat coast. The "very severe cyclonic storm" is now around 340 km south of Gujarat's Veraval coast.
Vayu is likely to result in heavy to very heavy showers all along India's western coastline with many parts here experiencing rough to very rough sea conditions.
Indian Coast Guard, Navy, Army, and Air Force units have been put on standby and surveillance aircraft and helicopters are carrying out aerial surveillance.
Very Severe Cyclonic Storm, Vayu is about 340 kilometres almost south of Veraval in Gujarat. It is very likely to move almost northwards and cross Gujarat coast between Porbandar and Mahuva around Veraval and Diu region as a Very Severe Cyclonic Storm in morning of 13 June 2019.
The arrival of the monsoons on the southern coast of Kerala was already about a week late this year.
The port at the Gulf of Cambay in Gujarat has suspended all operations.
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd is preparing to move employees at two ports it runs to safer areas, a spokesman said.
"Our Mundra and Tuna ports will be closest to the path", he added.