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Cyclone Nivar: 'Chennai to have moderate rainfall till tomorrow', informs IMD

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Cyclone Nivar: 'Chennai to have moderate rainfall till tomorrow', informs IMD

Cyclone Nivar: 'Chennai to have moderate rainfall till tomorrow', informs IMD

Speaking to ANI, Director of Area Cyclone Warning Centre in Chennai, Dr N Puviarasan said, "Severe cyclonic storm Nivar expected to move Northwest wards and weaken into cyclonic storm in districts of South-interior Karnataka.

Fishermen are also advised not to go to sea in South-coastal Andhra Pradesh and North-coastal Tamil Nadu.

Chennai to have moderate rainfall till tomorrow," he added.


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