Cyclone Nivar to slam Tamil Nadu, Puducherry as very extreme cyclonic storm: Prime factors


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Chennai: A person clicks images as turbulent waves crash the shore earlier than the landfall of Cyclone Nivar, at Marina Seaside in Chennai, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020.

A cyclone will come rolling into Tamil Nadu and Puducherry as a extreme storm on Wednesday, bringing the state to a halt. Chhristened ‘Nivar’, the cyclone was very prone to cross the coast between Karaikal in Puducherry and Mamallapuram over 50 kilometers from Chennai late Wednesday night as a extreme cyclonic storm with a wind velocity of 100-110 km per hour gusting to 120 kmph, the India Meteorological Division mentioned. In line with the forecast, rainfall may be very seemingly at most locations in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal, close to Nagapattinam, on Wednesday with heavy to very heavy showers at a couple of locations and very heavy rainfall at remoted locations underneath the affect of the cyclone, the primary one to kind for the reason that onset of the northeast monsoon on October 28.

Tuesday noticed intermittent rains in a number of elements of the state and the UT with a number of state and central businesses, together with the Coast Guard, the Nationwide Catastrophe Response Power, the Fireplace and Rescue Providers, deploying their belongings and personnel to deal with the cyclone’s fury.

In the meantime, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday spoke to Chief Ministers of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry Ok Palaniswami and V Narayanasamy respectively on the scenario arising out of the cyclone and warranted them of all doable help from the Centre.

About 1,200 Nationwide Catastrophe Response Power (NDRF) rescue personnel have been deployed in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Puducherry and 800 others are on standby. Not less than 50 NDRF groups have been earmarked for combating any scenario rising out of the cyclone. An NDRF staff usually includes about 40 rescue troopers.

India Tv - Chennai: Vehicles ply on a waterlogged road during heavy rain triggered by Cyclone Nivar, in Chennai, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020.

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Chennai: Automobiles ply on a waterlogged highway throughout heavy rain triggered by Cyclone Nivar, in Chennai, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020.

READ MORE: Cyclone Nivar brings heavy rainfall to Chennai; Modi dials TN, Puducherry CMs, assures full help

A complete of 22 groups have been pre-deployed whereas eight are on standby within the two affected states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, and within the Union Territory of Puducherry. Out of those 30 groups, 12 are deployed in Tamil Nadu, seven in Andhra Pradesh and three in Puducherry. An extra 20 groups will likely be on standby to be airlifted from areas resembling Cuttack (Odisha), Vijaywada (Andhra Pradesh) and Thrissur (Kerala). 

What could also be hit

  • A vacation has been declared for presidency officers in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. 
  • All outlets and institutions in Tamil Nadu, barring these promoting necessities resembling medication and milk, have been closed until 6 am on Thursday. 
  • Bus companies have been suspended in Pudukottai, Nagapattinam, Thanjavur, Tiruvarur, Cuddalore, Villupuram and Chengelpet. 
  • Southern Railways have introduced cancellation of 12 trains, together with the Chennai Madurai Particular. 
  • Six particular trains of the Thiruvananthpuram division of the Southern Railways have been cancelled on November 25. Trains which have been cancelled are: Practice No. 02634 Kanyakumari Chennai Egmore Day by day Superfast Specific Particular; Practice No 02633 Chennai EgmoreKanyakumari Day by day Superfast Specific Particular; Practice No06724 KollamChennai Egmore Day by day (Ananthapuri) Specific Particular;Practice No 06723 Chennai EgmoreKollam Day by day (Ananthapuri) Specific Particular;Practice No. 06102 KollamChennai Egmore Specific Particular through Sengottai, Madurai Jn andTrain No 06101 Chennai Egmore Kollam Specific Particular through Madurai Jn, Sengottai. The railways has mentioned full refund could be granted to passengers of the cancelled trains. India Tv -   Chennai: Vehicles ply on a waterlogged road during heavy rain triggered by Cyclone Nivar, in Chennai, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020. 
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    Chennai: Automobiles ply on a waterlogged highway throughout heavy rain triggered by Cyclone Nivar, in Chennai, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020. 

  • Operating of suburban trains is conditional upon prevailing climate. 
  • Prohibitory orders underneath part 144 of CrPC have been imposed in Puducherry to forestall motion of individuals in public locations. All outlets and enterprise institutions have been directed to be
  • closed from 9 pm on Tuesday to six am on Thursday.
  • There could possibly be severe injury to thatched huts, disruption of energy and communication strains, injury to roads, uprooting of bushes. 
  • Horticulture crops like banana and papaya can also undergo injury.

READ MORE: Andhra, TN, Puducherry brace for heavy rains as cyclone ‘Nivar’ approaches; NDRF groups deployed

 

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