Cyclone Burevi: IMD points crimson alert for Tamil Nadu, Kerala; heavy rainfall possible

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Cyclone Burevi: IMD points crimson alert for Tamil Nadu, Kerala

The India Meteorological Division (IMD) has issued a crimson alert for south Tamil Nadu and south Kerala for December Three. It additionally stated that heavy rains will lash elements of Puducherry, Andhra Pradesh and Lakshadweep until December Four. In keeping with the Met division, cyclonic storm Burevi will cross Sri Lanka coast near Trincomalee on December 2 night/night time and cross south TN between Kanyakumari and Pamban on December Four early morning. It is rather prone to hit Tamil Nadu on December Four, the Cyclone Warning Division of the IMD stated.

That is the second cyclone that’s predicted to hit Tamil Nadu in per week. Final week, a really extreme cyclonic storm, Nivar, had battered the southern state.

The IMD has has suggested fishermen to not enterprise into South West Bay of Bengal and alongside and off east Sri Lanka coast from December 1 to three; Comorin Space, Gulf of Mannar and south Tamil Nadu-Kerala & west Sri Lanka coasts from 2-Four Dec, over Lakshadweep-Maldives space and adjoining southeast Arabian Sea from December Three-Four.

Burevi is unlikely to be as intense as Nivar, IMD director basic Mrutunjay Mohapatra stated. It’s anticipated to first hit Sri Lanka on December 2 after which Tamil Nadu on December Four.

The Cyclone Warning Division of the IMD stated a deep despair intensified into cyclonic storm Burevi on Tuesday night. It is rather prone to cross the Sri Lanka coast near Trincomalee throughout the night or night time of December 2 as a cyclonic storm with a wind pace of 75-85 kilometres per hour gusting to 95 kmph, the IMD’s Cyclone Warning Division stated.
“It is rather prone to transfer almost westwards thereafter, rising into the Gulf of Mannar and adjoining Comorin space on third December morning. It might then transfer almost west-southwestwards and cross south Tamil Nadu coast between Kanyakumari and Pamban round early morning of 4th December,” it stated.

READ MORE: After Cyclone Nivar, one other storm prone to hit Tamil Nadu


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