The State administration is gearing up to meet any eventuality and has set up medical teams to tackle any situation.
The situation in coastal towns and villages along with low-lying areas are being closely monitored, he said.
He was speaking at a review meeting held at VMC command control room here on Saturday and enquired with the officials concerned about the flood relief measures being taken in the low-lying areas.
Standing crops and roads were damaged and the transportation system was hit, he said.
Thunderstorms along with lightning and heavy rainfall are likely to occur at isolated places in coastal districts for the next three days.
Meanwhile, first warning was issued in the day at Gotta Barrage over Vamsadhara as inflows rose.
The Collector explained that crops in 9,045 hectares were damaged in September and measures are being taken to provide input subsidy worth Rs 8.95 crore to farmers.
The officials opined that they will complete distributing more than 36 to 37 lakh kits by Wednesday to Thursday evening and gradually the rest.
Meanwhile, due to rough sea and high tide, a cargo ship -- MV Maa -- from Bangladesh ran aground near Tenneti Park Beach in Visakhapatnam
Several streams in Kadapa, Chittoor overflowing; two rescued from being washed away; expecting heavy rainfall, coastal districts set up control rooms
Chinnamandem of Kadapa received 13 cm of rain followed by 12 cm of rain in Pakala of Chittoor, and 10 cm in Badvel of Kadapa.
However, the existing low pressure in Northwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining Odisha coast has become less marked.
In Kurnool district, Nandyal town was submerged, while in Anantapur district, road connectivity between Guntakal and Bellary was cut off, with streams running over culverts.
The District Collector directed the officials to monitor the water levels continuously and alert the people residing in the river bank villages.
While Sir Arthur Cotton Barrage in Dowleswaram received over 22.9 lakh cusecs at 11 am, it has come down to 22.45 lakh cusecs by 6 pm.