Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh): The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that the southern coastal Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema districts are likely to be affected by the 'Nivara' cyclone.
The IMD issued a warning in the southern coastal AP and Rayalaseema, with storm winds reaching more than 100 km per hour during the landfall. Confirming this to TOI, DIRECTOR Of IMD (For Andhra Pradesh) S. Special locations of districts can be obtained during heavy to heavy rainfall.
Speaking of the storm's progress, IMD officials said On Sunday, the storm was seen as a low pressure area in the southwest and southeast Bengal. The current system is likely to accelerate disappointment from Monday. The storm will intensify on November 24. It will gradually shift to northwest wards before crossing the land between Karaikal and Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu at noon or afternoon on November 25.
Visakhapatnam in north coastal Andhra and East Godavari districts will receive light to moderate rainfall on November 25 and 26. According to imd, the storm's name is suggested by Iran