Papuk storm developed at Bay of Bengal

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Papuk storm developed at Bay of Bengal

A cyclonic format originally developed over China sea which was now drifted to region over Bay of  Bengal,
the fishermen are banned from venturing into the sea until 7th January. As northeast monsoon rainy season has close on 31st December, winter season is said to have intensified. Cold climate increased throughout Tamil Nadu. Minimum temperature of about 18 to 20 degree celsius which has prevailed in Chennai, Madurai, Trichy, Villupuram, Cuddalore, Tirunelveli, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam.

Weather bureau informed that intense cold which will persist for next 4 days.
The cyclonic format “Papuk” originally developed over China sea which was drifted and moved towards the Bay of Bengal. Cyclonic format which will prevail over Indian areas for about 3 days. This has been estimated which will drift towards Thailand for another 3 days. This will drift towards Myanmar.
Its announced that the sea will be stormy due to the cyclonic format. Waves will increase to several feet high. Hence fishermen of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Andhra, Odisha, and West Bengal are warned not to venture into sea till 8th January for fishing in Central and East Bay of Bengal and Andaman.
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