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A depression formed over south Andaman Sea on 23rd evening and it intensified into a cyclonic storm, Lehar in the early morning of 24 November 2013 near Latitude 10.0° N and longitude 95.0° E. Moving northwestward, it crossed Andaman and Nicobar Islands near Port Blair around 0000 UTC of 25 November as a severe cyclonic storm. On 25th morning, it emerged into southeast Bay of Bengal and moved west-northwestward, intensified into a very severe cyclonic storm in the early hours of 26 November. However, while moving west-northwestwards over westcentral Bay of Bengal, it rapidly weakened from 27th afternoon and crossed Andhra Pradesh coast close to south of Machilipatnam around 0830 UTC of 28 November 2013 as a depression.
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