Another Cyclone to hit Tamil Nadu in 36 hours.
The Indian Meteorological Center has warned that the atmospheric pressure in the Bay of Bengal will generate Fani storm over the next 12 hours.
In a statement issued by the Indian Meteorological Center, The atmospheric low atmosphere in the Southeast Asia Sea, along the Indian Ocean, has been reinforced as a deep-air deforestation zone, This will strengthen Fani Strom over the next 12 hours. It is located at 1,210 km southeast of Chennai.
Tamil Nadu chief secretary Girija Vaidyanathan on Friday directed disaster rescue teams to take positions in areas where cyclone Fani is expected to make landfall.
Due to this, heavy rainfall will spread in the Northern coastal areas of Tamil Nadu on April 30 and May 1. Heavy rainfall in Kerala on the 29th and 30th of April. On April 30, the southern coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and the coastal Andhra regions on May 1 likely have heavy rainfall.