The effect of Michaung Cyclone is visible on Telangana. The Cyclone that crossed the coast at Bapatla has weakened as it moves northwards. By Wednesday afternoon, it has become a low pressure and is continuing in the north-eastern region of Telangana including Coastal, South Odisha and Chhattisgarh states. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be thunder and lightning rains in Adilabad, Komuram Bhim Asifabad, Nirmal, Nizamabad, Rangareddy, Mahbub Nagar, Nalgonda, Peddapally, Vanaparthi, Nagar Kurnool, Jogulamba Gadwal districts on Thursday.
Meanwhile, rains fell Asifabad, Manchiryala, Jayashankar Bhupalapalli, Kothagudem and Mulugu districts on Wednesday. 22.1 mm of rainfall was recorded across the state on Wednesday. The highest rainfall was recorded in Ashwaraopet and Maddukur of Kottagudem district.
Cold winds have increased in Hyderabad. Day and night temperatures have dropped for the past three days due to the impact of the typhoon. On Wednesday, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad recorded a minimum temperature of 18.5 degrees and Hayat Nagar 18.6. Motorists are facing difficulties due to snow covering the roads in the early morning. Weather department officials have revealed that due to the effect of Michaung Cyclone, it will rain for another four days.
On the otherside, the storm unleashed more than 200 mm of rainfall in 7 locations across Andhra Pradesh’ Tirupati and 3 in Nellore, with Manubolu in Nellore district recording a staggering 366.5 mm of precipitation.