Deep Depression in the Bay of Bengal Transforms into Cyclone “MICHAUNG” – Alert Issued for Andhra Pradesh and North Tamil Nadu-Puducherry

Weather Update: The low-pressure area brewing in the Bay of Bengal has evolved into a deep depression, escalating further into a cyclonic storm named “MICHAUNG.” Pronounced as MIGJAUM, this weather phenomenon has prompted the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) to issue a cyclone alert for Andhra Pradesh and the adjoining regions of North Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.

According to the latest update from the IMD, the transformation from a low-pressure area to a deep depression occurred on Saturday. Now, within the next 24 hours, the deep depression is anticipated to intensify into a cyclone, with the name “MICHAUNG” assigned to this approaching storm.

Residents and authorities in Andhra Pradesh and the northern parts of Tamil Nadu, including Puducherry, are advised to stay vigilant and take necessary precautions. The IMD is closely monitoring the situation and will continue to provide updates as the cyclonic storm progresses.

The pronunciation of the cyclone’s name, “MICHAUNG,” is clarified as MIGJAUM to ensure effective communication and awareness among the public. The meteorological department urges the public to follow safety guidelines, stay informed through official channels, and be prepared for possible adverse weather conditions in the coming days.


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