Cyclone Vardah proved to be one of the disruptive weather phenomenon of 2016. The cyclone was disruptive and caused a lot of damage to life and property. But before venturing in to the mainland, the system left many stranded on the Andaman and Nicobar islands.
And by the looks of the current weather system brewing in Bay of Bengal, the islands may once again face a similar weather restriction. Heavy to very heavy rainfall is expected to lash the islands of Andaman and Nicobar in next 2-3 days.
This spell of rainfall can be attributed to the fresh cyclonic circulation brewing in the Bay of Bengal. This system is very much likely to change and intensify into a low pressure area by tomorrow and will be seen near the archipelago.
Chances of this system to turn in to a depression are very much likely by April 17. The system is likely to be in the sea for a long time thus increases the chances of further intensification into a cyclone.
This weather system is definitely going to spoil the fun of vacationing, so people who are planning to go on a vacation in Andaman and Nicobar Islands during this time shall rethink.
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