Cyclone Michaung Update : Expect Heavy Rain in Tamil Nadu coastal Andhra ,Puducherry

Khabar Lekh
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Cyclone Michaung Update : As Cyclone Michaung strengthens in the Bay of Bengal, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecasted severe to very heavy rains in several areas of Tamil Nadu until December 6. On December 2 and 3, there is a chance of isolated heavy rainfall in the north coastal regions of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Rayalaseema. Due to Cyclone Michaung, the Puducherry government has stated that all colleges in the Union Territory would be closed on December 4.

Additionally, from December 3 to 5, the Met Department projected isolated extremely high rainfall across coastal Andhra Pradesh and heavy to very heavy rainfall in a few locations.

Cyclone Michaung to Hit Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh Puducherry Coastline by Dec 4

On December 4, there’s a good chance of isolated areas of heavy rain in south Odisha, south coastal Tamil Nadu, and south coastal Odisha. It’s also possible that certain areas of Telangana, south Chhattisgarh, south Odisha, and south coastal Odisha could receive significant rainfall on December 5.

Cyclone Michaung Update :Expect Heavy Rain in Tamil Nadu coastal Andhra ,Puducherry

On December 6, strong to very heavy rainfall is also predicted in isolated areas across coastal Andhra Pradesh, south Odisha, and the adjacent south coastal Odisha.

Significant rainfall may also be reported in certain areas of Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Chhattisgarh, and Karaikal on the same day. Additionally, the Met Department has warned fishermen not to go into specific areas of the Bay of Bengal until December 5.

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Squally winds across the west central Bay of Bengal and along and off the coast of south Andhra Pradesh with gusts up to 75 kmph. squally wind across the southeast Bay of Bengal, with gusts up to 65 kmph. Strong winds across the west central Bay of Bengal and along and off the coast of south Andhra Pradesh, with gusts of up to 90 kmph, were recorded. It is advisable that fishermen avoid these regions,” the notice stated.

Furthermore, on December 2, there is a high probability of thunderstorms accompanied by lightning in certain areas of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Puducherry, Karaikal, and Mahe. On December 3, isolated areas of Kerala, Puducherry, Karaikal, Mahe, and Tamil Nadu are anticipated to observe comparable weather.

Cyclone Michaung Update :Expect Heavy Rain in Tamil Nadu coastal Andhra ,Puducherry

It’s quite possible that Chhattisgarh will have a thunderstorm with lightning and strong gusts of up to 30 to 40 kmph from December 4-6. On December 4, lightning-producing thunderstorms are also anticipated in several areas of Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Karaikal.

On December 5, similar weather is predicted in certain areas of Telangana, and on December 6, similar circumstances are predicted in some areas of Jharkhand.

Cyclone Michaung Alert

India’s eastern coast is expected to be affected by the cyclone. Additionally, starting on December 3, the Cyclone Warning Center has forecast higher winds and rains along the coasts of South Andhra and North Tamil Nadu.

Following observation, the low-pressure region has already deepened into a depression close to the southeast and surrounding residential areas (of the Bay of Bengal). Therefore, it will worsen throughout the course of the next day and turn into a profound depression. It will then strengthen into a cyclonic storm throughout the course of the next day. As it becomes stronger, it’s traveling northwest and will get close to the coast of North Tamil Nadu and Andhra,” Sunanda, the managing director of the Vishakhapatnam Cyclone Warning Center, told ANI.

National Disaster Response Force (NDRF)

The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has made 18 teams accessible to Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, and Puducherry, while 10 more teams have been kept ready, according to an official release. The Coast Guard, Army, and Navy rescue and relief teams, as well as ships and planes, have been maintained on standby.

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