Chennai cyclone michaung live update

Chennai : This is the weather forecast for India for the coming weekend.

Two days regional reflection

Sunday, the 2nd of December 2023

Thundershowers and rains will be mostly prevalent over Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Andaman and Nicobar Islands, with occasional heavy rains

Only Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep were isolated from showers, thunderstorms and isolated snow/rain. Snow/rain and isolated thunderstorms over Arunachal Pradesh.

Many parts of northern and central India experience intense fog in the morning.

Sunday, the 3rd of December 2023

The coastal region along the Andhra Pradesh-Tamil Nadu border is likely to witness isolated heavy rains with heavy to very heavy rains and thundershowers

Heavy thunderstorms and rain lashed Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Due to heavy rains and winds gusting over 70 km/h, the Greater Chennai Corporation on Saturday, December 3, 2023 recommended evacuation of residents of plains and coastal areas to safer areas, such as city animals residence 162 no

On social media, the local authority warned people not to go outside, saying heavy rain would start after Sunday night. Residents are advised not to stay in collapsed buildings, hide behind trees or stay away from power lines.

Two wards in the western parts of the city will receive less than 64.5 mm, while 198 of the 200 wards of the Chennai corporation are expected to receive between 64.5 mm and 115.5 mm by Saturday evening These projections were issued by the city body went away. While heavy rains were forecast for the city after 6pm on Saturday, the total rainfall till midnight was 40 mm.

Residents of Kodambakkan, Perungadi and other corporate areas of Chennai have filed the highest number of urban cases amid the rains on Sunday. Statistically speaking, most of the 1,300 complaints were about standing water.

In Kodambakkam area of ​​Ward 132, pumps have been installed at places like Railway and Border Road. Residents are requested to call Chennai Corporation’s hotline, 1913, to report civic challenges in the city.

Arunachal Pradesh is isolated in the occasional rain or snowfall. Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep are scattered with occasional showers and thunderstorms.

5-Day Nationwide Forecast

Heavy rain in Tamil Nadu: Red alert issued, possibility of heavy rain in these states including Chennai
Heavy rain in Tamil Nadu: Red alert issued, possibility of heavy rain in these states including Chennai

The depression in the southwestern Bay of Bengal this weekend may continue to move in a west-northwest direction and may approach the coasts of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu by Monday. As Sunday approaches, the patterns and strengths of the images begin to line up, indicating the possibility of a major storm.

Cyclone Michaung is forecast to move northwards on Monday, but beyond that, the cyclone is expected to become cyclonic and rains as patterns start changing in location and duration of the cyclone over coastal areas facing the Bay of Bengal so the. In case the GFS scenario—which predicts earliest landfall this time—continues, the system would have moved into the Chennai area on Monday night

However, the cyclone is forecast to bring heavy to heavy rains over north coastal Tamil Nadu and Puducherry on Saturday and Monday (December 2-4) and coastal Andhra Pradesh between Saturday and Thursday (December 3-5). 5) Meanwhile, Odisha and Rayalaseema may experience heavy to occasional rains.

Further north, till Monday, December 4, moderate rains are likely at isolated places in eastern Uttar Pradesh and eastern Rajasthan due to westerly disturbances seen as cyclonic circulation and trough in south Haryana because of the fam.

Additionally, dense fog is expected in parts of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and northern Rajasthan this weekend morning, as well as parts of Assam and Meghalaya on Sunday and Monday (December 2-4).

As far as mercury levels are concerned, the maximum temperature in the semi-arid desert areas of Madhya Pradesh will be normal or below for the next five days. On the other hand, with the onset of the cyclone on Tuesday, the maximum temperature in the southern parts of eastern India is likely to come down. Otherwise, the state will witness minimum night temperatures for the next five days.

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