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Cyclone named "NADA" heading southern India to hit Indian coast on Dec. 2

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A cyclone storm named "Nada" is building up in the Bay of Bengal and is expected to hit  the coast of Tamil Nadu on  December 2 (Friday), 2016. It is expected to hit land close to Cuddalore, around 185 km from Chennai, between Vedaranyam in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.
Currently, the cyclone is about 710 km south-east of the Tamil Nadu capital and is expected to move west and become more intense. Enire south-east coast can expect heavy to moderate rain along with winds because of the depression in the bay of Bengal.

Schools in Tamil Nadu's Nagapattinam and Cuddalore  districts, and Puducherry will remain closed for the next two days.


"On full alert", Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy has instructed the district administration and the chief secretary.

The weather department has also warned fishermen not to venture into the sea.

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