Cyclone Mandous is expected to form over the Bay of Bengal and strike Andhra and Tamil Nadu.

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Cyclone Mandous is expected to form over the Bay of Bengal and strike Andhra and Tamil Nadu.

Rains will begin in northern coastal Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Karaikal on December 7 at midnight and are expected to intensify on December 8 and 9.

The India Meteorological Department forecast on Monday that the second cyclone of the post-monsoon season is likely to develop over the southwest Bay of Bengal and strike the east coast of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Andhra Pradesh on Thursday.

Over the southern Andaman Sea, a low pressure region has developed. By December 6 evening, it is most expected to move west-northwestward and transform into a depression over the southeast Bay of Bengal. By December 8 AM, it is anticipated to have moved farther west-northwest, strengthened into Cyclonic Storm Mandous, and moved close to north Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and neighbouring south Andhra Pradesh.

“We haven’t yet provided a landfall forecast. Tomorrow, the models will offer a clearer picture, according to senior scientist RK Jenamani of the meteorology office.

On Monday and Tuesday, there will probably be rain in the majority of locations across the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It’s also likely to have squally weather with winds gusting to 55 kmph and reaching 40 to 45 kmph.

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Mahesh Palawat, vice president of climate change and meteorology at Skymet Weather Services, a private forecaster, stated that a cyclone was likely to emerge but that it would weaken before hitting the shore. But on December 7 and 8, there will be significant downpours in the coastal regions of Tamil Nadu and southern Andhra Pradesh. It’s a weather system that moves quickly.

Rains will begin in northern coastal Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Karaikal on December 7 at midnight and are expected to intensify on December 8 and 9.

Along and off the shores of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, south Andhra Pradesh, and north Sri Lanka, squally winds of 40–50 kmph with gusts to 60 kmph are possible beginning on December 8. These winds will increase to 60–70 kmph with gusts to 80 kmph from December 8 evening to December 9 morning.

By the evening of December 9, it is predicted to decrease to 45–55 kmph with gusts to 65 kmph.

Large portions of the Bay of Bengal are anticipated to have extremely rough seas between December 6 and December 8. On December 7 and 9, sea conditions are predicted to be rough along and off the shores of South Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Sri Lanka, and high on December 8.

Fishermen are cautioned against venturing into the Andaman Sea on December 5 and 6, the southeast Bay of Bengal from December 5 to 7, the southwest Bay of Bengal from December 6 to 9, the coasts of Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, South Andhra Pradesh, and the Gulf of Mannar from December 7 to 9.

Beginning on December 7, a weak western disturbance is predicted to affect the Western Himalayan region. On December 8, there is a chance of isolated mild to moderate rainfall over Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh, and Himachal Pradesh. Within the next three days, Maharashtra’s minimum temperature is predicted to drop by 2 to 3 degrees Celsius, then climb by 2 to 3 degrees.

Over northern regions of the nation, no notable change in minimum temperatures is predicted in the upcoming 4–5 days. Over Himachal Pradesh in the morning and over Punjab and Haryana over the next 24 hours, dense fog is likely to occur in isolated pockets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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