Cyclone Nivar To Cross Bay, AP Put On Red Alert
The Times of India Hyderabad|November 25, 2020
Visakhapatnam: Severe cyclonic storm Nivar is likely to cross the Bay of Bengal coast between Chennai and Puducherry on Wednesday triggering heavy to extremely heavy rainfall in some parts of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
Kamalakara Rao

Though Tamil Nadu will be affected the most by Nivar, some areas in 12 districts of Telangana including Hyderabad may get heavy to extremely heavy rainfall on Wednesday and Thursday as the cyclonic system travels landwards post making landfall in Tamil Nadu.

Andhra Pradesh government has put the district administration in Rayalaseema and parts of south coastal Andhra on a high alert as these areas may be hit by strong gales and heavy downpour.

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