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Cyclone warning for southern, northeastern coasts

Weather officials issued a cyclonic storm warning for the countrys southern and northeastern coasts on Tuesday.

Visakhapatnam, May 15 : Weather officials issued a cyclonic storm warning for the country's southern and northeastern coasts on Tuesday.

A deep depression prevails over the Bay of Bengal and the cyclone lay centered at about 500 kilometers south-east of Kolkata. It is expected to hit Bangladesh and Myanmar.

The coastal town of Visakhapatnam, Kakinada and Machilipatnam have been placed on alert.

A. V. Apparao, an official of the Cyclone Warning Center of India Meteorological Department in Visakhapatnam said the coastal town has been experiencing strong surface winds and rain during the last 48 hours.

He said similar conditions would prevail over the northeastern states for the next few days.angladesh has been on cyclone alert since Monday.

ANI

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