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Cyclone Asani begins recurve process, heavy to very heavy rains over Andhra Coast

May 11, 2022 9:54 AM |

Cyclone Asani which was a severe Cyclone has weakened into a Cyclonic Storm during the wee hours of today morning. However, it is associated with strong winds to the tune of 60-70 kmph and is still associated with heavy rains to very heavy showers confining to South and Central Coastal Andhra Pradesh.

Cities of Nellore, Kavali, Ongole, Bapatla, Machilipatnam, Tuni, Narsapur, Visakhapatnam may see heavy showers during the next 24 hours. Cities of Godavari, Krishna and Kaveri will also be under the influence of this storm, resulting in heavy rains.

The recurve process of the storm has begun wherein it will move slightly northward and then northeastward, moving along the Andhra Coast for a bit, thereafter entering the Bay of Bengal.

During the time of its recurve, rains will become slightly heavier for the above stations with winds remaining on the stronger side. In fact, sea conditions will remain rough to very rough over the region. The storm will become even slower during the time of recurve, however, the system will speed up thereafter and even weaken by tomorrow.

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