In Tamil Nadu, cyclonic storm prevention caused a lot of devastation last week. People could not even recover from it that now another disaster is coming. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast another storm in the southern part in less than a week after Cyclone Storm Prevention knocked in Tamil Nadu on Monday. Along with this, the department has also issued warnings for four states.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has feared that there will be heavy rains in coastal areas of Puducherry, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh in addition to Tamil Nadu in the next four days.
The Meteorological Department said that the storm will cross the coast of Sri Lanka on December 2 and is expected to cause heavy rains in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. The IMD has issued a ‘red-color coded’ warning in the southern areas of Tamil Nadu and Kerala in view of the possible storm. The weather department has issued separate alerts in view of the possibility of heavy rains. Red alert has been issued for Idukki and Orange alert for Thiruvananthapuram and Kollam districts. In addition, a yellow alert has been issued for Alappuzha, Kottayam and Ernakulam districts.
The IMD has said that heavy to very heavy rainfall may occur in these areas. During this period, fishermen were allowed to visit the southeast and adjoining southwestern Bay of Bengal region from the night of December 1 and the coastal areas of eastern Sri Lanka for the next 24 hours from December 2, along the Comorin region, Gulf of Mannar and Tamil Nadu-Kerala coasts. It is advised not to pass. The Meteorological Department said that those who have gone to sea are advised to return to the shores by 30 November.
According to IMD, a low pressure area has formed in the Bay of Bengal. IMD said that it is likely to turn into deeper pressure in the next 24 hours. It can also take the shape of a cyclonic storm. The cyclone warning department of IMD said that the storm could hit Tamil Nadu on 2 December. It can move towards the western areas around the morning of December 3 and then reach the Comorin region, causing heavy rains in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal by December 3.
Let me tell you that the ‘very severe cyclone’ Prevention hit the coast of Tamil Nadu last week. As many as two and a half million people were lodged in shelter camps as part of security measures in the state. There is no news of anyone being killed by the storm.