Cyclone Burevi Warning for South TN & South Kerala coasts, ‘Burevi’ over South west Bay of Bengal to cross Sri Lanka coast on Dec 2nd evening/night.
To emerge into Gulf of Mannar on 3rd. To cross south TN coast between Kanniyakumari and Pamban.
The IMD Met department has forecast that Cyclone Burevi will cross between Kanyakumari and Pamban as a cyclonic storm (wind speed 78 to 80 km/hour, gusting to 100 km/hour) during the afternoon hours of Friday.
By Wednesday evening, the cyclone will intensify. As a cyclonic storm, Burevi is expected to first cross the Sri Lankan coast near Trincomalee some time during late Wednesday evening or night. Thereafter, it will trace a west-northwestwards track, reach Gulf of Mannar and inch closer to Indian mainland’s southernmost tip.