Gaja has soared into a severe storm on Tuesday, prompting the Indian Weather Agency (IMD) to issue a cyclone alert on the Tamil Nadu and Puducherry shores.
"Currently, the Gaja Cyclone maintains the strength of a low-pressure storm, but it is unlikely to be a serious cyclone storm, and we expect it to happen within the next 24 hours," K Sathi Devi of IMD said. Scientist.
Cyclone storm Gaja) will move in the southwest direction and will be further deepened by severe cyclones over the next 24 hours. "In the afternoon of November 15, while moving southwestern, the IMD said that the Tamil Nadu coast between Pamban and Cuddalore will slowly weaken on the cross with the Cyclonic Storm," the statement said.
The maritime status is expected to be very rough along the coast of Tamil Nadu-Andhra Pradesh, which starts on the morning of November 14, and is expected to follow or leave the Tamil Nadu and Fu Herry Ripley coasts on the morning of November 15.
IMD is also used in the Tanil Nadu and Puaikherry areas of the land camel, Nagappattinam, Thanjavur, Pudukkottai and Ramanathapuram,
"Expected damage to Tamil Nadu and Caraikal areas in Taruvarur, Thanjavur, Pudukkottai, and Ramduathapuram areas:
"Major damage to that cottage / house, roof tops can be blown and unattached metal sheets can get damaged, damage to power and communication lines, major damage to Kutcha and minor damage to the Pucca road. Kutcha broke out on the banks of the riverbank and flooded the lowlands, "the Meteorological Agency said.
Fishermen advised not to explore the sea from Tuesday to Thursday, but to stop all fishing activities altogether.
Coastal forest residents are encouraged to move to a safe location. People living in the affected area were suggested to stay indoors.
Some parts of the Tamil Nadu are likely to receive very heavy rainfall from the evening of November 14th.
Severe heavy falls are expected in isolated places. Cuddalore, Nagappattinam, Tiruvarur, Thanjavur, Pudukkottai, TN Tuticorin and Ramanathapuram areas.
In most places the rainfall is likely to be slightly over the Tamil Nadu interior, which is very heavy in isolated places with heavy waterfalls.
Rainfall is also expected in the Andhra Pradesh region, including Rayalaseema, the South Coastal region and the Kerala region.