IMD predicts ‘very heavy to extraordinarily heavy’ rainfall in those states lately, the following day. Complete forecast right here


India Meteorological Division (IMD) predicts heavy to very heavy to extraordinarily heavy rainfall in portions of Southern India for lately and the following day. Mild to reasonable rains also are anticipated in some spaces the following day.

Heavy to very heavy to extraordinarily heavy rainfall anticipated in those states: 

18 November: Remoted extraordinarily heavy fall is predicted over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry & Karaikal & Rayalaseema and really heavy rainfall over South Inside Karnataka & south Coastal Andhra Pradesh. 

19 November: Mild to reasonable rainfall is predicted at maximum puts with heavy to very heavy rainfall very most probably over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry & Karaikal and coastal Andhra Pradesh and heavy rainfall is predicted at remoted puts over Rayalaseema and Karnataka.

The elements company additionally mentioned, squally wind (pace attaining 45-55 kmph gusting to 65 kmph) is more likely to succeed over southwest & adjacent west-central Bay of Bengal and alongside & off Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and adjacent south Andhra Pradesh coasts right through subsequent 24 hours and reduce regularly thereafter.

Sea is predicted to stay tough to very tough over southwest & adjacent west-central Bay of Bengal and alongside & off Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and adjacent south Andhra Pradesh coasts right through subsequent 24 hours. However it’ll lower regularly thereafter.

Fishermen are recommended to not challenge into southwest & adjacent west-central Bay of Bengal and alongside & off Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and adjacent south Andhra Pradesh coasts right through subsequent 24 hours.

Chennai receives heavy rainfall

Quite a lot of portions of Chennai have won heavy rainfall on Thursday; previous, IMD had issued a purple alert for town predicting the downpour. 

As in line with IMD, Chennai, Tiruvallur, Kancheepuram and Ranipet are anticipated to obtain extraordinarily heavy rainfall because of the low power across the coast on Thursday.

The elements forecasting company had previous predicted that the coastal area of Tamil Nadu is more likely to obtain heavy to very heavy rainfall with extraordinarily heavy falls within the southern coastal area of Andhra Pradesh– Rayalaseema and adjacent spaces of north Tamil Nadu right through the following 24 hours.

“Intense rainfall has begun over coastal Tamil Nadu since early hours of lately” tweeted IMD tweeted.

(With inputs from companies)

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