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Cyclone Burevi:
Cyclonic Storm Burevi was a weak tropical cyclone which made landfall in Sri Lanka, becoming the first to do so since a depression in 2014, and brought minimal impact to Southern India in December 2020. The ninth depression and fifth named storm of the 2020 North Indian Ocean cyclone Season, Burevi originated from a low pressure area which formed on November 28. The system gradually became a depression on November 30, with the JTWC issuing a TCFA soon after. The depression then was upgraded into Cyclone Burevi the following day. Burevi slowly intensified reaching its peak intensity on December 2, just before making landfall in Sri Lanka. Burevi then weakened, entering the Gulf of Mannar the next day. Burevi proceeded to dissipate after stalling on December 5.

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Cyclone Burevi: Eight-member central team inspects devastation in Chennai [Video]

Cyclone Burevi: Eight-member central team inspects devastation in Chennai

An eight-member central team led by Central Home Deputy Secretary inspected post cyclonic devastation and reviewed flood affected areas in Chennai on December 06. Damages in parts of Tamil Nadu were..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:13Published
Cyclone Burevi: Orange alert issued for four districts in Kerala for Dec 6 [Video]

Cyclone Burevi: Orange alert issued for four districts in Kerala for Dec 6

Cyclone Burevi remained practically stationary for 30 hrs over Tamil Nadu’s Rameswaram. Severe waterlogging was witnessed in Rameswaram & Puducherry following heavy rainfall. Residents of Rameswaram..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 01:31Published
Cyclone Burevi: Downpour leads to water-logging in Tamil Nadu's Thoothukudi [Video]

Cyclone Burevi: Downpour leads to water-logging in Tamil Nadu's Thoothukudi

Cyclone Burevi weakened into a depression and off Tamil Nadu's Ramanathapuram over Gulf of Mannar, Thoothukudi received moderate rainfall on December 05 which has caused severe water-logging in several..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:37Published
Cyclone Burevi: Wall of dilapidated church collapses in Rameswaram [Video]

Cyclone Burevi: Wall of dilapidated church collapses in Rameswaram

Wall of a dilapidated church building collapsed due to strong winds in Dhanushkodi near Rameswaram. Strong winds are the effect of Cyclone Burevi, which had weakened to deep depression. Several areas..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:27Published
Cyclone Burevi: Heavy rains cause waterlogging in Puducherry, TN [Video]

Cyclone Burevi: Heavy rains cause waterlogging in Puducherry, TN

Severe waterlogging was seen in various parts of Rameswaram following heavy rainfall in the region. Locals are facing problems due to continuous showers. Cyclone Burevi, which had weakened to Deep..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:18Published

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Cyclone Burevi weakens into depression, red alert withdrawn from 7 Kerala districts

Though red alert has been removed from Kerala,Tamil Nadu districts continue to face heavy rainfall and severe crop damage due to prolonged depression.
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