Visakhapatnam: After cyclone Nivar, two more low pressures are likely to form over the Bay of Bengal, which may bring more rains to Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Naidu.
IMD director, Andhra Pradesh, S Stella said depression is most likely to form in the southeast Bay of Bengal on November 29, but it was too early to say whether it will intensify into cyclone or cross as depression.
``It will take some time to make a precise prediction. It is too early,'' Stella said.
However other meteorologists said the system will intensify into a deep depression on November 30 and cross coastal areas of Tamil Nadu as a cyclonic storm on December 2.
He predicted another low pressure to form over the South Bay of Bengal on December 10. These systems including the Nivar were unusual during northeast monsoons. This will not only bring more rains but also bring down the temperature in the southern peninsula, the scientist added.