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Nada cyclone to make landfall on December 2; Tamil Nadu, Puduchery on alert

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Tamil Nadu has been warned of the cyclonic storm named ‘Nada, which is likely to make landfall along the coastal lines of Tamil Nadu and Puduchery in the morning of December 2.
On Wednesday morning, Meteorological department issued a warning against the cyclone. The system, which formed over the southwest Bay of Bengal, was 730 km east southeast of Puduchery.
Following the cyclone warning, government agencies have put in place various mechanism to deal with its impact in Tamil nadu and Puduchery.
School Education Department have announced holidays for schools on Thursday and Friday in Chennai, Tiruvallur, Kancheepuram, Cuddalore and Nagapattinam districts and in Marakkanam and Vannur taluks in Villupuram district.
Puduchery administration also has declared a two-day holiday for schools, The Hindu reported.
As a precautionary measure, the National Disaster Response Force has sent four of its team to Chennai, Cuddalore and Nagapattinam districts.
Regional Meteorological Centre had issued a warning to fisherman against venturing out to sea from Wednesday night.
The officials of the meteorological department said the cyclone, which is likely to last for around two days would not cause a deluge like 2015 flood.
On November 2015, Tamil Nadu had witnessed a calamitous flood due to unprecedented rainfalls. More than 500 people were killed and over 18 lakh people were displaced in the flood.


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