Bay of Bengal witness third Cyclone ‘Vardah’ at early dawn

08 December, 2016

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According to weather analysis at BKC WEATHERSYS, after cyclone ‘ Kyant’ and ‘Nada’, third tropical cyclone ‘Vardah’ has formed in south east Bay of Bengal today at early morning. The system has developed into deep depression in southeast Bay of Bengal and expected to accelerate towards north-west direction taking curve. On 12th December, cyclone Vardah is expected to strike Andhra Pradesh coast and is further expected to develop into severe cyclonic storm. The location of ‘Vardah’ is expected to be 210km west-south of Port Blair. Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, Haryana will continue to witness dense fog throughout this week. Scattered light rain showers is expected in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and south Karnataka.



  
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