Will hit Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh today

CHENNAI: The Met department on Sunday issued a red alert to coastal districts of Tamil Nadu, including Chennai, for Thursday as the deep depression ov.

Cyclone 'Gaja' to intensify further in 24 hours, to hit Tamil Nadu

Cyclonic storm'Gaja' likely to intensify further into a 'Severe Cyclonic Storm' in 24 hours and is all set to hit north Tamil Nadu -South Andhra Pradesh.

Cyclonic storm ‘Gaja’ to hit Nellore, Prakasam

The cyclone was centred at 8.30 am on Sunday about 930 km east-northeast of Chennai and 980 km east-southeast of Sriharikota.

Cyclone Gaja May Intensify In North Tamil Nadu, South Andhra In 24 Hours

A deep depression in the Bay of Bengal has intensified into a cyclonic storm and is likely to cross the North Tamil Nadu and South Andhra Pradesh coast between Cuddalore and Sriharikota on November 15, regional weather office in Chennai said onSunday.

North T.N. to get heavy rainfall North T.N. to get heavy rainfall

Chennai to get mild showers for next two days; fishermen advised not to venture into the sea

Weathermen allay tempest worries

Cyclone Gaja won’t bring rain, affect temperature

Cyclone Gaja alert sounded in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Puducherry | india news | Hindustan Times Cyclone Gaja alert sounded in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Puducherry

The IMD predicted the cyclone was likely to move towards northern Tamil Nadu and southern Andhra Pradesh coasts by Tuesday.

Cyclone Gaja likely to hit Cuddalore on November 15

Tamil Nadu and Puducherry are expected to receive heavy rainfall this week as the deep depression over southeast Bay of Bengal.

Read more about Cyclone 'Gaja' to intensify in next 24 hours on Business Standard. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Sunday said that cyclonic storm 'Gaja' is likely to intensify further into a 'severe cyclonic storm' in next 24 hours."The deep depression over Southeast and adjoining Central Bay of Bengal moved

Cyclonic storm ‘Gaja’ to hit northern coast of Tamil Nadu on Wednesday, bring heavy rainfall

The IMD also said squalls, with wind speeds touching 65 kmph, would commence along north Tamil Nadu and south Andhra Pradesh coasts from Wednesday morning.