Chennai: Cyclone Nivar is the second cyclone in the Bay of Bengal in 2020. The Cyclone had developed into a ‘super cyclonic storm by between the 25th night to 26 Morning 3 AM.
Nivar is now developing into a severe storm in part. It will hit the northern Tamil Nadu coast at midnight today, following the same route as it said directly. As soon as it hits the coast, the winds are likely to increase to 100 km/hr (assuming strong winds). Kadapa, Anantapur and Prakasam districts will register 40 to 60 km/hr (ie strong winds) tomorrow morning.
The rain clouds are part of the storm as convection is high. There is no doubt about it. The rain clouds will continue to touch Chittoor, Nellore, Kadapa and Prakasam districts till dawn tomorrow. The coastal areas of Uttaranchal, Ubayagodavari, Krishna and Guntur districts will receive heavy rains from this evening.
We will see showers in all the coastal districts tomorrow morning. But the important thing is that heavy to very heavy rains will start tomorrow morning in Chittoor, Nellore, Kadapa and Prakasam districts
Chittoor and Nellore districts should take precautionary measures to keep Power Banks and Safety Power Back up ready as the rains and winds will start strong from the night. Due to heavy rains, inland people should contact the Toll-Free Number.
Toll-Free Number should be contacted.
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Goods for three days, very good care to keep water at home.
You need to be in contact with your close friends, relatives and family members.
Inputs by Andhra Pradesh Weather Man.