Cyclonic storm Michong may hit the coast of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu by Monday afternoon. Due to the storm, the sea level at Mahabalipuram beach in Tamil Nadu has risen by about 5 feet. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning of heavy rain in Chennai, Chengalpattu, Tiruvallur and Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. The water reached the danger mark on Bridge No. 14 between Vyasarpadi and Basin Bridge. 11 express trains from Chennai Central were cancelled. A wall collapsed due to storm and rain in Kanathoor area of Chennai. In which two people died and one was seriously injured. The deceased are residents of Jharkhand. The Tamil Nadu government has declared a public holiday in the entire state on Monday, except for essential services. Here, in NTR district of Andhra Pradesh, all educational institutions including schools and colleges have been closed on 4th and 5th December. 21 teams of NDRF have been deployed for rescue operations in both the states. Cyclone Michong is the fourth storm to form in the Bay of Bengal and the sixth in the Indian Ocean in the year 2023. Myanmar has named the storm Michaung. Michong means strength and flexibility. 144 trains cancelled Due to storm Central Railway has cancelled 144 trains running between December 3 and 7. According to railway officials, trains running on Tamil Nadu, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Howrah, Lucknow, Visakhapatnam, Tirupati, Puducherry and other routes have been cancelled. The cancelled trains include Vijayawada Jan Shatabdi (train numbers 12077 and 12078), Nizamuddin Chennai Duronto (train numbers 12269 and 12270), Gaya Chennai Express (train numbers 12389 and 12390) and Barauni – Coimbatore special (train numbers 3357 and 3358).