• Update: 26th of November, 02:30 p.m. UTC

    Nivar has further weakened into a deep tropical depression after making landfall near Puducherry. The storm is currently centered west-southwest of Tirupati.

    Maximum winds are 93 km/h (50 kt).

    Heavy rainfall is causing flooding. A flood alert has been issued in Vellore and flood warning to people residing in low-lying areas.

    photo: Windy.com; desc: Satellite; licence: cc

    Update: 26th of November, 01:00 a.m. UTC

    Cyclone Nivar has made landfall north of Puducherry and Mamallapuram in Tamil Nadu at 3:05 a.m. local time.

    Nivar has weakened and moving north-northwest wards near 12.0N 80.1E with maximum sustainable winds of 129 km/h (70 kt). The storm should further weaken into cyclonic storm in the next 6 hours.

    Heavy showers and high winds still continue in Puducherry and Chennai and will likely extend till at least Thursday afternoon.

    photo: Windy.com; desc: Satellite; licence: cc

    Update: 25th of November, 10:00 a.m. UTC

    Nivar was located near 11.2N 81.8E, southwest of Kolkata, India continues to strengthen. The system is moving near 16.6 km/h (9 knots), tracking toward the southeastern coast of India.

    Maximum sustained winds are near 111 km/h (60 knots).

    The system has favorable conditions over the Bay of Bengal that will lead to additional strengthening before making landfall south of Chennai, later today.

    It is forecasted that Nivar will reach hurricane-equivalent strength later and will reach a peak intensity of 140 km/h (75 knots). After landfall, Nivar is expected to rapidly weaken.

    Heavy rainfall and strong winds continue to lash the coasts of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.

    photo: Windy.com; desc: Satellite; licence: cc

    Update: 24th of November, 11:00 a.m. UTC

    Tropical cyclone Nivar was located near 9.5N 83.3E, 283 km northeast of Kalmunai, Sri Lanka. Nivar is generally moving toward the northwest, with a slight turn to left this morning, along the southwestern periphery of a deep-layer ridge to the northeast.

    Maximum sustained winds are around 75 km/h (40 knots) with a forward motion at 6 km/h (3 knots).

    It is forecasted that the system will reach an intensity of 139 km/h (75 knots) and then make landfall on Wednesday along the eastern coast of India, south of Chennai. The landfall will weaken the system which will dissipate as it moves inland by Friday morning.

    photo: Windy.com; desc: Pressure; licence: cc


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