The upper level cyclonic circulation over westcentral Bay of Bengal off AP coast now lies over westcentral and adjoining the northwest Bay of Bengal off north Coastal Andhra and south Odisha coast.
Meanwhile, agriculture activity has picked up across the State. Sowing of various crops and transplantation of paddy are in progress.
The NMRC said that the station on the Noida-Greater Noida Line would be dedicated to the transgender community.
The Southwest Monsoon is likely to enter all parts of Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema in the next two days, according to an IMD report.
Widespread light to moderate rains are likely to occur at isolated places across Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema regions on Wednesday.
According to officials only 10,000 hectares out of 1.33 lakh hectares have been harvested so far. There have been reports of crop damage from across the two districts.
The State government has proposed to construct a rain garden to create a more natural flow for storm-water to allow it to soak into the ground.
Raindrops, a Chennai-based social organisation organised the trip after a recent survey they conducted revealed that many children desired to fly on an aircraft at least once in their lifetime.
These children were from four different orphanages and among them was one a visually-challenged girl and a transgender.
IMD said there will be moderate rains at isolated areas for the next two days.
AS Telangana received surplus rains in October, the groundwater levels in the State improved on an average by 6.6 metres as compared to the pre-monsoon levels in May.
Ernakulam, Idukki, Thrissur, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kannur, Kasaragod districts will come under orange alert on October 22.
Rainy weather is a welcome change in life as it is in the movies. It heralds a shift in mood, feelings, and in what you can and cannot do.
The spell of torrential rain, raging floods and devastation unleashed by the landslides have indeed come as a warning for Kerala.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has asked the Revenue, Disaster Management and Fire and Rescue Departments to be on high alert.