Coastal areas near Tamilnadu and Andhra Pradesh are marked as high alert due to severe cyclonic storm. Cardah hit over west central areas of Nellore and at speed of 180 KM from north areas of Chennai. Yesterday visakahapatanam weather forecast declared a high alert on particular areas between Chennai to Nellore. Both the governments of Andhra and Tamilnadu had taken action and precautions acts to save people from this sever cyclonic storm.
Take a look at live forecast: about cyclone Vardah
According to weather reports it is likely to cross from south coastal areas of pulicat lake, and wind speed ranges between 80 to 90 KMPH.
All the fishermen are informed not to venture into sea for 2 to 4 days, the weather conditions become very worse for next 36 hours. From this morning according to forecast reports.
Nearly 11 mandals under Nellore district are marked as high alert zones the areas such as sullurupet and gudur are kept on sever high alert.
Necessary cautions have been taken by Government of Andhra Pradesh to avoid critical situations. All the arrangements have been done.
Weather condition at Tamilnadu:
Nearly 44 villages at Kanchipuram have been shifted to safe zone, over 200 people from tiruvallur have been rescued. The areas such as Chennai, Kanchipuram and tiruvallur districts are marked as high alert zone. The people of tamilnadu are clearly informed about this cyclonic effect and asked not to panic. They were informed to tune government weather forecast channel for more updates related to Vardah. The Indian army and air force under action to attend immediate needs for people.
Over 500 men from fire and safety department are ready to support cyclone affected areas in between Chennai and Nellore. The food reserves are ready to supply for affected areas. All the government and private schools are colleges are closed for these 2 days.