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A low pressure area is likely to develop over southeast Bay on 4th Dec. 2016. It would move initially west-northwestwards and then northwestwards and concentrate into a depression

during 5th Dec as per majority of models and by 6th Dec. as suggested by all the models. Furtherit will intensify into a cyclonic storm by 6 th as per majority of models and by 7th Dec. by most of the models. There is large divergence regarding the movement and landfall. While IMD GFS suggests landfall north Odisha-West Bengal coast on 9th morning, NCEP GFS and IITM GEFS suggests near Odisha (near 20 N) on 9th morning, GFS91534) suggests near Odisha (near 20N) on 8th evening, ECMWF suggests near north AP and adjoining south Odisha coast on 11th evening, NCUM suggests near Myanmar coast on 9th morning



Courtesy : imd

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The Navy has sent four ships to help evacuate 800 tourists stranded at Havelock Islands in the Andamans because of heavy rain.

After the rain left hundreds of tourists stranded, the administration called the Navy early Wednesday morning.


The sudden evacuation mission was initiated at the request of the Andaman and Nicobar disaster management, which speculates that a "cyclonic storm" might struck Havelock, an island about 40 km from the state capital Port Blair.


"There is a deep depression (in the sea) about 310 kms from Port Blair. That is why the Navy was contacted as we don't want to take any chances," an official from Directorate of Disaster Management, told IANS.

The official said that because of heavy rain and winds, the difficulty tourists are facing is to reach the jetty to board the ships. The tourists are to be ferried from the Havelock Islands to Port Blair.


"We can't say as of now that the depression will turn into a cyclone," he said.

They expect the evacuation to be completed by the evening, he said.

Navy ships NS Bitra, Bangaram, Kumbhir and LCU 38 have left for Havelock, say officials.

A popular tourist destination known for its beaches, Havelock is the largest in the chain of islands that form the Ritchie's Archipelago and belongs to the Andamans.

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pina kedism uncle kottukupoina parledu rains padali antunnadu gaaa :P



Valla season start ai ippatiki 2 months


Just one small spell padindi anthe severe drought lo vunnaru

good...Coastal vaipu rakapothe bagunnu... Paddy crops chella cheduru aipotai...itu vaipu vasthe

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