In any event three individuals were killed in Tamil Nadu as Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Nivar made landfall around 12 PM of Wednesday close to Puducherry.
Simply a day after Cyclone Nivar made landfall on the shorelines of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, another tempest might be creating in the Bay of Bengal. The tempest, in the event that it creates, may move towards Tamil Nadu and Puducherry and hit the coast on December 2.
The Tamil Nadu Disaster Management Authority Friday said a low-pressure territory was relied upon to create over southeast Bay of Bengal and increase further.
“A low-pressure territory is probably going to frame over Southeast Bay of Bengal. It would amass into a downturn during next 24 hours and is probably going to strengthen further and move westwards and arrive at Tamil Nadu-Puducherry coasts on December 2,” the authority said.
The news came a day after in any event three individuals were killed in Tamil Nadu as Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Nivar made landfall around 12 PM of Wednesday.
The tempest removed in excess of 1,000 trees in the state and left a few low-lying zones marooned.
Nivar, which made landfall close to Puducherry, slowly debilitated as it crossed the land.
Weighty precipitation was seen in Tamil Nadu just as Puducherry.
Andhra Pradesh too got a decent measure of downpour affected by the cyclonic tempest. One demise was likewise revealed from the state.
In Tamil Nadu, some 2.30 lakh individuals were cleared to security in alleviation camps.
Association Home Minister Amit Shah said the MHA stayed in contact with Tamil Nadu and Puducherry to manage the circumstance.
“We are intently observing the circumstance in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in the wake of Cyclone Nivar. NDRF groups effectively on ground to help individuals out of luck,” he tweeted yesterday.