Cyclone Warning for Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, High Alert in Both states

Tamil Nadu, the state hasn’t recovered yet from the recent rains occurred in the month of December, again now cyclone effect on Tamil Nadu state. This time not only Tamil Nadu state but also Andhra Pradesh. As per the reports, both states Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh has significant chances of heavy rains in upcoming two days because of Cyclone formed in Southwest of Bay of Bengal. It’s a sad news but we are humans, and we don’t have the power to face Natural Calamities.

Cyclone Warning for Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, High Alert in Both states

Cyclone Warning for Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, High Alert in Both states
Cyclone Warning for Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh

As per the information was given by the Indian Meteorological Department, The system is likely to move north-northwestwards towards north Tamil Nadu, south Andhra Pradesh coast and further, intensify into a deep depression during next 24 hours. The system is likely to be close to Chennai during morning hours of 18 May. It will move northwards and then recurve north-northeastwards and may intensify into a cyclonic storm during subsequent 24 hours.

The effects of Cyclone are, Strong winds with speed reaching 50 to 60 km per hour, heavy rains will fall in upcoming 24 hours, at Southern Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and in Puducherry as well. The government of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu issued the first warning to the audience, which means they have to get ready to move to safer zone anytime. This cyclone effect may contain upcoming 48 hours. Indian Meteorological Department confident about future rains, so care must be taken by everyone. The common man should be aware of what’s happening from hour to hour if anything serious happens, a government ready to take future steps.

Fishermen are advised not to venture into the sea as sea condition will be very rough during the next 48 hours. UK MET mentioned, it is quite common to happen in the south Indian region before entering into a monsoon. It is clearly indicated that tropical depressions and storms in the North Indian Ocean are not particularly unusual, and they occur in the pre-monsoon and post-monsoon period. So need not to worry about the cyclone. Taking care and following some mandatory guides taught by the government during cyclone period will always helpful.

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