Tamil Nadu Braces For ‘Nivar' Impact
The Morning Standard|November 25, 2020
The slow-moving cyclonic storm Nivar is intensifying in the warm waters of the Bay of Bengal, and is turning into a “very severe” cyclonic storm that will make a landfall between Karaikal and Mahabalipuram late on Wednesday, with wind speed reaching up to 120-130 kmph and gust up to 145 kmph.
S V Krishna Chaitanya

“The storm was moving at 5 kmph, centred over southwest of the Bay of Bengal, about 380 km east southeast of Puducherry and 430 km south-southeast of Chennai,” said S Balachandran, deputy director-general at Regional Meteorological Centre.

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