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Cyclone Burevi Will Have No Impact On Odisha, Informs Bhubaneswar Met Centre

Bhubaneswar: The Cyclone Burevi, which has fashioned over southwest and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal, is anticipated to hit Tamil Nadu on December 4. Nonetheless, the system can have no impression on Odisha, mentioned the Regional Meteorological Centre in Bhubaneswar.

“There will be no impact of the system over Odisha and there is no such warning. The weather will remain dry for next five days and there will be no major changes in minimum temperature during the period,” knowledgeable Bhubaneswar Met Centre Director HR Biswas.

“However, there is a possibility of shallow to moderate fog in some parts of the State including Kalahandi, Kandhamal, Sundargarh, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj and Sonepur on December 4 and 5,” added Biswas.

The India Meteorological Division in its newest bulletin mentioned that the deep melancholy over southwest and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal has intensified right into a cyclonic storm- Burevi and moved west-northwestwards with a pace of 12 kmph throughout previous six hours and lay centered over southwest Bay of Bengal about 300 km east-southeast of Trincomalee (Sri Lanka), 530 km east-southeast of Pamban (India) and 700 km practically east of Kanniyakumari (India).

“It is very likely to intensify further during next 06 hours. It is very likely to move west-northwestwards and cross Sri Lanka coast between latitude 7.50N and 9.00N, close to Trincomalee during evening/night of December 2 as a Cyclonic Storm with a wind speed of 75-85 kmph gusting to 95 kmph. It is very likely to move nearly westwards thereafter, emerge into Gulf of Mannar and adjoining Comorin area on December 3 morning,” mentioned the IMD.

It could then transfer practically west-southwestwards and cross south Tamil Nadu coast between Kanniyakumari and Pamban round early morning of December 4, predicted the climate division.

Underneath its impression, heavy to very heavy rainfall is anticipated at a number of locations with remoted Extraordinarily heavy falls very seemingly over south Tamil Nadu (Kanniyakumari, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Tenkasi, Ramanathapuram and Sivagangai) on December 2 and three and over south Kerala (Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Pathanamthitta and Alappuzah) on December 3.

The system may deliver remoted heavy to very heavy rainfall seemingly over south Tamil Nadu on December 2 &Four and south Kerala on December on 3 & 4.

Equally, heavy to very heavy rainfall at remoted locations very seemingly over north Tamilnadu, Puducherry, Mahe & Karaikal and north Kerala on December 2 & Three and, remoted heavy rainfall on December 4.

Heavy rainfall at remoted locations very seemingly over south Coastal Andhra Pradesh on December 2 & Three and over Lakshadweep on December 3 & 4.

(Edited By Rashmi Ranjan Mohanty)

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