Extremely Severe Cyclone Fani: Heavy Rains in Srikakulam, Vizag, Kakinada, And Tuni On May 2
Amid the most recent 24 hours, the southern pieces of Andhra Pradesh, for example, Kurnool and Anantapur, saw a great spell of downpour and thundershower exercises went with solid windy breezes in the wake of the moving toward Extremely Severe Cyclone Fani.
Presently as the Extremely Severe Cyclone, Fani over west-focal and connecting the southwest Bay of Bengal is nearing the Andhra Pradesh Coast bit by bit, downpour force and spread will likewise increment. Indeed, the seaside stations of Andhra Pradesh are relied upon to observe across the board downpour and thundershowers amid the following 24 hours. Insides of the state may likewise watch the spell of downpours.
At present, Fani is focused at Latitude 13.9°N and Longitude 84°E, around 660 Km south-southwest of Puri, Odisha and 410 km south-southeast of Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.
From that point, by May 2, as tornado Fani will achieve further north and begin re-bending towards north/upper east, it will be nearest to North Andhra Pradesh Coast. In this way, tomorrow we anticipate that overwhelming should incredibly substantial downpours to lash the north-waterfront locale of Andhra Pradesh, for example, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, Kakinada, Tuni, and Amalapuram.
Also, the breeze speed over Coastal Andhra Pradesh will be high in the request of 60 to 70 KMPH and blasting up to 80 to 90 KMPH.
By May 3, the incredibly serious violent wind Fani will move further towards Odisha and is in all respects prone to make landfall between the banks of Gopalpur and Chandbali. Accordingly, downpour power over southern regions of Andhra Pradesh will diminish. Be that as it may, dissipated downpour and thundershowers will proceed over North Coastal Andhra Pradesh.
In this way, we can say that, amid the following a multi-day, Andhra Pradesh is good to go to encounter the impact of typhoon Fani as far as heavy rains went with exceptionally solid breezes.