There is a danger of Cyclone Nivar in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. A severe cyclonic storm formed in the Bay of Bengal could hit the coast between Mamallapuram and Karaikal late this evening. According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), the wind speed during this period is expected to be 120 to 130 km per hour. The process of rain continues in many areas of Tamil Nadu. Also, high waves are also rising in the sea. In the midst of the storm, many flights have been canceled, while the railways have also canceled many trains. Keep refreshing this page for updates related to cyclonic storm prevention (Niver Cyclone).
Helpline number released in Tamil Nadu
In Tamil Nadu, the Health Department has put 465 ambulances on high alert in coastal areas.
Railways canceled many trains in view of Cyclone Nivar
After the meteorological department’s alert, Southern Railway has announced the cancellation of many trains. Railway tweeted and informed that due to cyclonic storm some trains are being completely canceled while some trains are being partially canceled. The entire amount of the ticket for a fully canceled train will be refunded as per rules.
Railway canceled trains Due to Cyclone Nivar
Cyclone Nivar alert, flights cancell
In view of the cyclonic storm prevention, airline IndiGo has canceled today’s 49 flights.
NDRF teams ready in Tamil Nadu-Andhra-Puducherry
In view of the threat of Cyclone Nivar, 129 relief camps have been set up in Chennai. At the same time, 312 people have already taken shelter in 8 relief centers. NDRF teams are alert with their preparations in all three states.
Nivar Cyclone: Hurricane may affect these areas
Pudukottai, Nagapattinam, Cuddalore, Villupuram, Thanjavur, Chengalpet, Ariyalur, Perambalur, Kalakuruchi, Tiruvannamalai and Thiruvallur in Tamil Nadu can see the maximum impact of the storm. Apart from this, neighboring Union Territories of Puducherry and Karaikal have also been kept on high alert. If this storm has taken a terrible form, it is feared that it may affect coastal Andhra Pradesh, southern interior of Karnataka and southern areas of Odisha.
Hurricane hitting the coast of Tamil Nadu, may wreak havoc at a speed of 150 KMPH
Cyclone Nivar: high waves are rising in the sea
Heavy rains in many parts of Tamil Nadu
The impact of the Prevent cyclone is visible in Tamil Nadu. The process of heavy rains continues in the coastal areas of the state.
Public holiday in Tamil Nadu today
Hurricane Prevention may hit the coast of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry between Karaikal and Mamallapuram on the evening of 25 November. The Tamil Nadu government has declared a public holiday for today in view of the threat of cyclone prevention. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the cyclone is expected to move between Mamallapuram and Karaikal at a speed of 120 km per hour in the late evening of 25 November.