AP Disaster Management department issued warning to north Andhra
As forecasting heavy downpour due to high intense cyclone hit coast on Friday morning, the AP State Disaster Management Authority APSDMA issued Red...
Amaravati: As forecasting heavy downpour due to high intense cyclone hit coast on Friday morning, the AP State Disaster Management Authority (APSDMA) issued Red Message to north coastal Andhra Pradesh and also to some parts of south coast in Odisha, today early morning.
Based on tenth bulletin released by IMD on Friday at around 8.30 am, the Disaster Management department informed that the cyclone storm "DAYA" over south Odisha and neighbourhood moved west-north-westwards during past six hours with a speed about 26 kmph.
It was weekend into a deep depression and lay central at 5.30 am on 21 September, over south interior Odisha and neighbourhood near latitude 20.00N and longitude 83.70E, about 65 km east-southeast of Titlagarh (Odisha). It would continue to move west-north-westwards and when gradually into a depression during next 12 hours.
The APSDMA State Emergency Operation Centre (APSDMA-SEOC) is monitoring the cyclone.