In Andhra Pradesh, several districts have been experiencing normal to heavy rain fall during the last 48 hours. Heavy rains have affected the standing crops including paddy, oil seeds, fruits, pulses and vegetables.  Transportation has been affected badly.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy will undertake an aerial survey of the Cyclone Nivar affected areas today. Later he will conduct a review meeting in Tirupathi with the District Collectors of Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore, Chittoor and Y.S. R. Kadapa and other senior officials. The Chief Minister has already instructed the officials to take measures to restore power supply and repair damaged roads on a war footing.
Meanwhile, the remnant of cyclone NIVAR lies as low pressure area over South Coastal Andhra Pradesh and adjoining west central Bay of Bengal. Under it's influence, light to moderate rains or thunder showers are likely to occur at many places of coastal Andhra Pradesh and at a few places over Rayalaseema.
A low pressure area is very likely to form over South East Bay of Bengal during the next 24 hours. It is likely to concentrate into a depression during the subsequent 24 hours and intensity further thereafter.  It is likely to move nearly westwards and reach Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coasts on 2nd Dec 2020, said, S. Stella, Director, IMD, Amaravathi.

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