Tropical cyclone Titli made landfall north of Mandasa, Andhra Pradesh, India on 11 October with maximum sustained winds of 165 km/h.
Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services warned of 4 metres waves and a storm surge of 1.4 metres in coastal areas of North Andhra Pradesh and the neighbouring state of Odisha.
At least 7 people have died due to falling trees and collapsing buildings in Andhra Pradesh, where thousands have been left without power as a result of wind damage.
The storm crossed into the state of Odisha early on 11 October, where Gopalpur recorded winds of 126 kmph. The storm brought heavy rain with some areas of Odisha recording over 300 mm in 24 hours. Wind damage and flooding has damaged homes, farmland, roads and bridges.
Disaster officials in Odisha say that the Vansadhara river in Rayagada and Gajapati districts, and the Rushikulya river in Ganjam district and the have broken their banks, causing severe flooding.
Special Relief Commissioner, Odisha, reports that 300,000 people have been evacuated and are staying in over 1,000 relief camps.
In Ganjam District, flooding from the overflowing Rushikulya river has damaged 1,455 houses and 50,246 hectares of crops. Roads have been blocked, leaving 27 villages with a population 9,200 people marooned.
Thirteen National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and 9 Odisha Disaster Rapid Action Force (ODRAF) teams have also been deployed in Ganjam, Gajapati, Puri, Kendrapada, Nayagarh, Bhadrak, Jagatsinghpur, Jajpur, Khordha, Cuttack, Balasore, Mayurbhanj, Kalahandi, Boudh and Sambalpur districts.
In a report of 18 October, Odisha's SRC said that over 6 million people had been affected by the storm in 17 Districts: Balasore, Bhadrak Cuttack, Dhenkanal, Gajapati, Ganjam, Jagatsinghpur, Jajpur, Kandhamal, Kendrapara, Keonjhar, Khordha, Mayurbhanj, Nayagarh, Puri, Angul, Rayagada. At least 57 people died, 263,367 hectares of crops damage, over 20,000 homes destroyed and 36,000 damage.
B - Gopalpur
C - Ganjam
D - Gajapati
E - Rayagada
F - Puri
G - Kandhamal
Gajapai, Odisha - October 10 to October 11, 2018
Rainfall figures via Special Relief Commissioner, Odisha
Ganjam, Odisha - October 10 to October 11, 2018
Jagatsinghpur, Odisha - October 10 to October 11, 2018
Balasore, Odisha - October 10 to October 11, 2018
Mohana, Odisha - October 10 to October 11, 2018
R. Udayagiri, Odisha - October 10 to October 11, 2018
Chikiti, Odisha - October 10 to October 11, 2018
Ersama, Odisha - October 10 to October 11, 2018
Rushikulya River, Ganjam district - October 10 to October 12, 2018
Vansadhara river at Kashinagar - October 12 to October 12, 2018
Vansadhara at Gunupur - October 12 to October 12, 2018
Odisha - October 10 to October 12, 2018
1112 relief camps have been opened for the evacuees in the shelters.
October 10 to October 16, 2018
Odisha's Special Relief Organization said 39 were reported from “worst-affected Gajapati district”, 12 casualties were reported from Ganjam and two from Kandhamal district. One fatality was reported in each of the districts of Cuttack, Angul, Keonjhar and Nayagarh.
October 10 to October 18, 2018
According to Odisha SRC