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    The meteorological department officials have issued a warning about a low pressure system forming in the Southwest Bay of Bengal. They expect it to turn into a cyclone by May 24. The surface trough, currently at a height of 3.1 km above sea level, stretches from Sri Lanka through Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema.

    Due to this weather pattern, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are likely to experience moderate to heavy rains until May 23. Coastal Andhra and Telangana districts may face heavy to very heavy rainfall during this time.

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    Residents in the affected areas should take precautions and stay informed about the latest weather updates. Officials are keeping a close eye on the situation and will provide necessary updates to ensure public safety.

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