The Indian meteorological department has announced that heavy rains could be expected over several parts in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
The Indian meteorological department has announced that heavy rains could be expected over several parts in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The Amravati Meteorological Center said that in many parts of Rayalaseema, there will be thunderstorms in Guntur and Prakasam districts of the coast. One of the North Coast and Rayalaseema rains, it is clear that there will be heavy rains in two places for next two days.
Guntur and Krishna districts in Andhra Pradesh have experienced rains on Tuesday evening. Weather forecasters have warned coastal residents to remain vigilant as heavy rains are likely to continue for another two days.
On the other hand, a trophical storm turned into a severe cyclone on Wednesday morning. The storm continues over the East Central Arabian Sea traveling at a speed of up to 12 km per hour towards northern Maharashtra. It is centered about 140 km southwest of Alibag, 190 km south of Mumbai and 415 km south of Surat. Storm winds nearly occurred at the Alibagh near Harihareshwar-Daman near southern Maharashtra and southern Gujarat. When crossing the coast it is possible to speed up to 100 to 120 km / h. Meanwhile, the chief ministers of both Maharshtra and Gujarat states are taking early steps in the wake of the impact of the cyclone.