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Cyclone Vardah to pass over south Goa on Dec 14

Two persons were killed as heavy rains accompanied by high velocity winds on Monday pounded Chennai and coastal districts of north Tamil Nadu.

By: PTI | Panaji |
Updated: December 13, 2016 11:39:41 am
cyclone-vardah-2 Visuals of damage caused by Cyclone Vardah in Chennai(Express Photo by Arun Janardhanan)

Cyclone Vardah is set to pass through south Goa on Wednesday, which will lead to rise in temperature and light rains in the state from Tuesday onwards, an official said on Monday. “The cyclone, which hit Tamil Nadu today, will reach Karnataka by tomorrow,” M L Sahu, Director of India Meteorological Department’s observatory in Goa, told
reporters.

WATCH VIDEO : Visuals Of Cyclone Vardah In Tamil Nadu

“The cyclone will pass through south of Goa on December 14, due to which the state will witness a rise in the temperature and also light rains for two days starting tomorrow,” the official said.

Two persons were killed as heavy rains accompanied by high velocity winds on Monday pounded Chennai and coastal districts of north Tamil Nadu due to severe cyclonic storm “Vardah”, which began making landfall there, uprooting hundreds of trees, disrupting land and air transport and throwing normal life out of gear.

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