Meanwhile, Odisha and West Bengal are also on alert to counter the impact of the cyclonic storm.
The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed nine teams in Andhra Pradesh and put seven other teams on standby, while one team has been deployed in Odisha, 17 have been kept on standby. In West Bengal, 12 teams have been deployed and five have been kept on standby.
Due to the cyclonic storm, rough sea conditions were observed in Puri, Odisha on Wednesday.
In other news, the maximum temperature in Delhi dipped below 40 degrees on Tuesday as moisture-rich easterly winds lashed the capital under the influence of Cyclone Asani. According to IMD, there is no possibility of heat wave for the next two days. The Meteorological Department had earlier predicted heat wave conditions from Wednesday with the temperature reaching 44 degrees Celsius.
In a revised forecast, it said the maximum temperature would be around 40 degrees Celsius on Wednesday and 42 degrees Celsius on Thursday. Delhi’s base station Safdarjung Observatory on Tuesday recorded a maximum temperature of 39.5 degrees Celsius, which is normal for this time of the year. The minimum temperature was recorded at 28 degree Celsius.
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