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IMD says Cyclone Phethai was 270 km off coast of Kakinada

IMD says Cyclone Phethai was 270 km off coast of Kakinada
IMD says Cyclone Phethai was 270 km off coast of Kakinada
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According to sources Andhra Pradesh government on Sunday sounded a high alert in the coastal region as a cyclonic storm in the Bay of Bengal was heading towards it and was likely to cross the region between Kakinada and Visakhapatnam on Monday. Meanwhile real Time Governance Society (RTGS) of the state government alerted all nine coastal districts.



Reportedly the State Disaster Response Force (SRDF) and National Disaster Response Force were kept on standby. Furthermore parts of the coastal region, especially Krishna district, on Sunday started experiencing rains and strong winds. Recently Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu directed the Collectors of coastal districts to take all precaution to prevent loss of lives.

IMD says Cyclone Phethai was 270 km off coast of Kakinada

Moreover the Cyclone Warning Centre has warned storm surge of up to one metre could inundate the low lying areas of Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna and Guntur districts of coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam district of Puducherry at the time of landfall. Accordingly IMD said that heavy rainfall is expected to accompany the cyclone with 83.5 mm already being recorded as of 4:30 am on Monday in West Godavari’s Seethanagaram.


IMD says Cyclone Phethai was 270 km off coast of Kakinada
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