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“The landfall will continue till 8-9 pm,” he adds. pm: Battery-run electric woodcutters are being used by civic workers to clear roads by removing trees which have been Milk supply in Chennai, Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur districts was not affected on Monday and will continue as usual on Tuesday, state run Tamil Nadu Cooperative Milk Producers’ Federation Ltd says in a statement.3.40 pm: A ship sent to rescue two fishermen off Kakinada in Andhra pradesh was unable to reach them due to rough weather, says, Haribola, state coast guard deputy inspector general.

More than 9,000 people were evacuated to safety in the coastal regions of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh while educational institutions were shut as the “very severe” cyclonic storm whipped up waves as high as 20 ft.

Met officials said Cyclone Vardah – which means red rose -- gained speed and intensity on its journey across the Bay of Bengal.

3.00 pm: Tamil Nadu government says two people have died due to Cyclone Vardah.

State principal secretary (revenue department) K Satyagopal said “two people died”, without elaborating, reports PTI.2.55 pm: “The landfall process of cyclone Vardah has begun,” PTI quotes IMD.

pm: Wind speed will gradually decrease to 60-70 kmph in next 3 hours, says, the national disaster management authority.

But they warn not to venture out as rains ‘might’ intensify.

The severe cyclonic storm is very likely to continue to move westwards, weaken gradually into a cyclonic storm during next three hours and further into deep depression in the next six hours, the statement added.

pm: Centre cautions Tamil Nadu The Union ministry of water resources on Monday advised the Tamil Nadu government to maintain strict vigil at lakes in the districts expecting heavy rainfall.

The expected time of landfall is between 2 and 4 pm on Monday afternoon.

“The system is very likely to continue to move westwards and cross north Tamil Nadu and south Andhra Pradesh coasts, close to Chennai as a severe cyclonic storm with a wind speed of 100 to 110 km/hour gusting to 120 km/hour by today,” they say in a statement.

About 8,000 people from low lying areas in north Chennai, Pazhaverkadu in Tiruvallur district and villages off Mamallapuram, in Kanchipuram district were safely evacuated to 95 relief shelters, PTI quotes officials.2.30 pm: The cyclone’s distance from Chennai is now 30 kms, reports NDMA.