Cyclone Miachaung Set to Hit Tamil Nadu and Coastal Andhra Pradesh on December 4.

A developing low-pressure system is anticipated to track northwest, evolving into a depression over the Bay of Bengal. By December.

A developing low-pressure system is anticipated to track northwest, evolving into a depression over the Bay of Bengal. By December 3, it is expected to escalate into Cyclonic Storm ‘Miachung.’ Stay informed as the region braces for potential impacts, with updates on the evolving weather situation in Tamil Nadu and coastal Andhra Pradesh.

Cyclone Miachaung reaches coastal districts of Tamil Nadu.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning about a low-pressure area forming in the Bay of Bengal and the South Andaman Sea, poised to intensify into a cyclone, anticipated to make landfall in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh on December 4.

According to the IMD, the evolving low-pressure system is expected to move northwest, transforming into a depression over the Bay of Bengal and further intensifying into Cyclonic Storm ‘Miachaung’ by December 3. The meteorological department advises caution and monitoring of updates as the cyclonic activity unfolds.

Isolated heavy rainfall is predicted for the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on December 1, while coastal regions of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry are forecasted to experience isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall from December 2 to December 4. Similarly, the coastal belts of Andhra Pradesh are expected to receive isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall on December 3 and 4.

In light of these developments, the IMD has issued a stern warning to fishermen, urging them to avoid venturing into the southeast Bay of Bengal until December 2, the southwest Bay of Bengal until December 4, and the west-central Bay of Bengal until December 5, emphasizing the potential dangers associated with the approaching cyclonic conditions.

As the situation unfolds, residents and authorities are advised to stay updated on weather forecasts and take necessary precautions. The timely dissemination of information is crucial to ensure the safety and preparedness of the affected regions in the face of this impending cyclone. The IMD’s proactive approach in issuing warnings and guidance serves as a vital tool for public awareness and risk mitigation, aligning with their commitment to safeguarding lives and property in vulnerable areas.

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