Violent wind Phethai may hit Andhra drift Tomorrow

Coastal Andhra Pradesh and north Tamil Nadu are probably going to encounter precipitation in the following two days with a profound sadness set to increase into an extreme cyclonic tempest and make a landfall among Ongole and Kakinada in the neighboring state on Monday.

Squally breezes, with a speed of 45-55 kmph blasting to 65 kmph is likely off Andhra Pradesh, north Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coasts from Saturday, a Met announcement said.

The profound dejection over southeast Bay of Bengal moved further west-northwestwards and lay fixated on Saturday morning over southwest and abutting southeast Bay of Bengal. It lay around 690 km southeast of here, 890 km south-southeast of Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh and 440 km east-upper east of Trincomalee in Sri Lanka.

“It is probably going to increase further into a cyclonic tempest amid the following 24 hours (among Saturday and Sunday) and into a serious cyclonic tempest in resulting 24 hours (among Sunday and Monday morning),” it said.

The framework is probably going to move north-northwestwards further and cross Andhra Pradesh drift among Ongole and Kakinada amid December 17 evening.

In perspective of the framework, precipitation at most places with substantial to overwhelming showers at a couple of spots is likely over waterfront Andhra Pradesh on December 16 and 17.

“Amazingly substantial falls at secluded places additionally likely over north beach front Andhra Pradesh on 17 December.”

Precipitation at numerous spots with disengaged substantial rain over north Tamil Nadu is likely on December 16, the climate office said.

The breeze speed is probably going to increment bit by bit getting to be storm twist speed of 80-90 kmph blasting to 100 kmph along and off Andhra Pradesh drift from 17 December morning.

The ocean would be harsh to unpleasant in south Andhra Pradesh and north Tamil Nadu from Saturday till Dec 17 and anglers have been prompted not to wander into the Bay of Bengal.

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