Over 3,000 local villagers returned home on Wednesday after a storm warning issued earlier in the week was lifted by the government’s Department of Meteorology and Hydrology.
The cyclone is not expected to hit Burma directly, but will likely cause heavy rainfall in western parts of the country.
Around 15 villages in Kachin State’s Hsawlaw Township are facing food shortages following landslides triggered by heavy rains on the weekend.
The Pinlaung Palace — and at least a thousand other buildings across north-central Burma — suffered major damage during Sunday’s stormy weather.
Residents of the capital Loikaw say that many are without water for the first time, as wells run dry in an area not usually prone to drought.
Extreme weather conditions over the past week affected nearly 60,000 people, according to government figures.