Cyclone ‘Nivar’ impacts Chhattisgarh; possibility of rain in two days, says IMD

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  • Cyclone Nivar has left its impact on the coastal areas of the southern regions in India
  • Some regions in Chhattisgarh will appear to be cloudy with patchy drizzles

Raipur: The impact of the severe storm started to appear in Chhattisgarh, changing the weather as soon as it hit the coast of Tamil Nadu, with the possibility of rain in the next two days.

The cyclone had passed through the coast of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry at midnight. Most of the cyclone-prone areas in the coastal region are facing water-logging due to the heavy rain from Monday till Wednesday.

The storm has left a strong impact on several regions of Chhattisgarh, as there is a change in the weather, and strong winds are blowing from this morning. The sky in the areas around the Durg district appears to be cloudy since Thursday morning.

According to the Meteorological Department, the storm is no longer dangerous as before, but MET has raised an alarm in advance about the impact of the storm in the next 24-hours. 

According to the Meteorological Department, many regions in Chhattisgarh will receive light rain due to the storm till November 27. For the next 2-3 days, the minimum temperature of the city will rise again. At present, the city has been getting cold since Tuesday evening.

The minimum temperature of the city reached 11.2 degrees Celsius, which was much less than normal. Wind speed is going to increase in the next two days.

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