The storm system is predicted to accentuate and develop into a ‘very extreme cyclone’ by 11:30 am on Wednesday and make landfall between Karaikal and Mamallapuram round Puducherry late within the night with windspeeds within the vary of 120-130 km per hour, gusting to just about 145 kmph.
It may be very prone to intensify additional right into a extreme cyclonic storm throughout subsequent 12 hours and into a really extreme cyclonic storm throughout subsequent 12 hours.
Cuddalore: The Cuddalore district administration has established management rooms on the District Collectorate (04142 220700/233933/221383/221113), Cuddalore Revenue Divisional Office (04142-231284), Chidambaram Sub-Collector Office (04144-222256 / 290037) and Vriddhachalam Sub-Collector Office (04143-260248).
Karaikal: Free helpline numbers – 1070/1077, Control Room – 04368 – 228801 227704, Whatsapp quantity – 99438 06263.
Perambalur: People in want of assist can contact the helpline quantity 1077.
Tiruvarur: WhatsApp quantity 93453 36838. Toll free quantity 1077
Pudukottai: 1077 or 04322-222207
Here’s an inventory of helpline numbers of varied depts
Chennai Corporation: 04425384530
24X7 management room: 1913
Flood management: 04424331074
Chennai MetroWater: 04428454040/04445674567
Ambulance service: 108/04428888105/7338895011
Chennai South-I: 9445850434/04424713988
Chennai South II: 9499050188/04423713631
Chennai North: 9445850929/04428521833
Chennai Central: 9445449217/04428224423
Chennai West: 9445850500/04426151153
Here are the newest updates:
Chenna | 9.30 am
Waterlogging at 53 areas; 128 mm rainfall in Chennai
Greater Chennai Corporation has recognized waterlogging in 53 neighborhoods of the town forward of the landfall of cyclone Nivar. According to a press launch, civic staff cleared waterlogging at eight areas. Civic Officers are but to manage waterlogging at 45 areas. Residents have reported waterlogging in areas together with George Town, Nungambakkam, Madipakkam, Sholinganallur, Perungudi, Vepery, Kilpauk, Anna Nagar, Aminjikarai, Arumbakkam, T.Nagar, Shenoy Nagar, Mogappair, Adyar and Vadapalani.
According to knowledge compiled by Greater Chennai Corporation, the town has obtained a complete rainfall of 516 mm throughout the 27 days after the onset of the northeast monsoon on October 28. The metropolis obtained a rainfall of 128 mm from 8.30 am November 24 to 7 am November 25. At least 116 timber have been uprooted after the onset of the northeast monsoon. A complete of 77 aid facilities have been opened within the metropolis. Motor pumps have been put in at 15 areas to bale out water. – Our Correspondent
IMD replace | 8.35 am
Nivar turns into ‘extreme cyclone’
The cyclonic storm NIVAR over southwest Bay of Bengal has burgeoned right into a ‘extreme cyclonic storm’ and lay 370 km east southeast of Chennai and 310 km southeast of Puducherry, based on a morning replace from the India Meteorological Department on Wednesday.
It is prone to intensify additional right into a ‘very extreme cyclonic storm’ by midday and make landfall by late night between the Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coasts, round Karaikal and Mamallapuram with a wind pace of 120-130 kmph gusting to 145 kmph.
Severe harm is predicted to standing crop, plantation, orchards and thatched rooftops are anticipated to be blown away. Nivar is predicted to start ebbing in depth by midnight after landfall and ease out by Friday although windspeeds and related rainfall are anticipated to be vital till Friday , the IMD stated. – Our Corrrespondent
Delhi 8.30 am
Army deploys 12 groups
The Indian Army is able to deploy 12 Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) groups and two Engineer Task Force models throughout Cyclone Nivar.
“The Army is ready to assist the government and civil administration in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, carrying communication with concerned officials”, a protection press launch stated. – Our Corrrespondent
Chennai | 8.20 am
Flights canceled at Chennai airport
Twelve departures and arrivals from and to Chennai airport have been canceled to this point as a result of Cyclone Nivar. Flights to Kannur, Kozhikode, Vijayawada, Tiruchi, Thoothukudi, Bengaluru, Mangalore and Hubli had been canceled.
Officials of Airports Authority of India (AAI) had stated they’ve been making preparations to see how finest flight operations may be operated. AAI has been coordinating with the Meteorological Department, National Disaster Response Force and State Government Officers as nicely.
“The smaller ATR aircraft have been taken away from the airport by an airline because they feared it may be damaged when the cyclone makes a landfall. Those are the canceled flights we see now. There may be delays through the day or diversions depending on the weather, “an official stated. – Staff Reporter
Tamil Nadu | 8.15 am
Thousands of police personnel deployed in coastal areas
Thousands of policemen, together with commandos educated in catastrophe operations, have been deployed alongside the coastal areas as heavy rain lashed Chennai, Kancheepuram, Chengalpet, Tiruvallur and Cuddalore districts since Tuesday afternoon.
With meteorological specialists warning that Cyclone Nivar, positioned 450 km southeast of Chennai, was prone to intensify additional right into a extreme cyclonic storm within the subsequent 24 hours, Director-General of Police JK Tripathy reviewed the deployment of manpower and infrastructure on the police headquarters.
Andhra Pradesh | 7.45 am
Nellore, Prakasam administrations on tenterhooks
Authorities in south coastal Andhra Pradesh are on excessive alert because the cyclonic storm Nivar over southwest Bay of Bengal is prone to intensify right into a extreme cyclonic storm late on Wednesday.
Fishermen, who had ventured into the ocean, rushed again as squally wind pace reaching 30 to 40 kmph prevailed. The fishermen began shifting their boats to safer locations as sea water superior as much as 100 meters within the coastal mandals, reminding them of the “Laila” cyclone that left a trial of destruction in 2010.
Puducherry | 7 am
Puducherry, Cuddalore gear as much as cope with Cyclone Nivar
The Puducherry and Cuddalore district administrations are gearing as much as cope with any eventuality arising out of Cyclone Nivar, which is predicted to make landfall on Wednesday.
Nine groups of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have been deployed in Puducherry, Cuddalore, Chidambaram, Parangipettai and Karaikal, to hold out aid and rescue operations.
IMD | 2.45 am
Severe cyclonic storm lay centered close to Cuddalore
Cyclonic storm Nivar intensified right into a extreme cyclonic storm and lay centered at 2330 hrs IST of twenty fourth November, 2020 over southwest Bay of Bengal. It is about 310 km of Cuddalore. It may be very prone to intensify additional into a really extreme cyclonic storm throughout the subsequent 12 hours.
Chennai | November 25, 2020, 12.15 am
Heavy rainfall in Chennai
Heavy rainfall recorded in Chennai from 0830 hours IST to 2030 hours IST of November 24, 2020: Nungambakkam: 106 mm Meenambakkam: 94 mm