The ‘very severe’ cyclonic storm, ‘Titli’, left at least eight people dead, besides causing widespread damage in Srikakulam and Vizianagaram districts of north coastal Andhra Pradesh Thursday, the State Disaster Management Authority (SDMA) said.
The cyclone threw normal life out of gear as heavy to very heavy rains started lashing the two districts since late Wednesday night. Eight people were killed in different storm-related incidents.
#BREAKING #CycloneTitliAlert | Heavy to very heavy rainfall likely to lash #Assam and other Northeastern States till Saturday (Oct 13), intermittent showers likely on Sunday-Monday (Oct 14-15), warns RMC, Borjhar. pic.twitter.com/fJiHlkNN0J
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Meanwhile, the Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC) at Borjhar warned that heavy to very heavy rainfall likely to lash Assam and other Northeastern States till Saturday (October 13). Also intermittent showers are likely on Sunday and Monday (October 14 and October 15), warned the RMC following the cyclone Titli.