Bhubaneswar: The India Meteorological Division (IMD) on Tuesday issued a pre-Cyclone look ahead to South Tamil Nadu and South Kerala coasts because the deep despair over Southwest and adjoining Bay of Bengal is more likely to intensify right into a cyclonic storm.
“The system is very likely to intensify further into a Cyclonic Storm during next 24 hours. It is very likely to move west-north-westwards and cross Sri Lanka coast between Latitudes 7.5°N and 9.0°N close to Trincomalee during evening/night of December 2,” stated IMD.
It is rather more likely to intensify additional right into a Cyclonic Storm throughout subsequent 24 hours. It is rather more likely to transfer west-northwestwards and cross Sri Lanka coast between Latitudes 7.5°N and 9.0°N near Trincomalee throughout night/night time of 02nd December.
— India Meteorological Division (@Indiametdept) December 1, 2020
As per the IMD bulletin, the system may be very more likely to transfer almost westwards thereafter, emerge into Gulf of Mannar & adjoining Comorin space on 03rd December morning and transfer westwards in the direction of south Tamil Nadu coast.
Underneath the affect of the above system, heavy to very heavy rainfall is more likely to happen at a couple of locations with remoted extraordinarily heavy rainfall over south Tamil Nadu (Kanyakumari, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Tenkasi, Ramanathapuram and Sivagangai) on December 2 and three.
Remoted to very heavy rainfall more likely to happen over south Kerala on December 2 and 4. Heavy rainfall warning has additionally been issued for south Tamil Nadu and South Kerala on December 1, Four and 5.
Heavy to very heavy rainfall can be more likely to happen at remoted locations very seemingly over Lakshadweep throughout third and 4th December. Heavy rainfall at remoted locations seemingly over south Coastal Andhra Pradesh throughout December 2 and December 3, over Rayalaseema on December 3and over Lakshadweep on December 5.