Cyclone Midhili: Heavy Rainfall Alert in these states for next 5 days
Indian Meteorological Department said that the cyclone formed in the Bay of Bengal has intensified and will cross the Bangladesh coast in the next 24 hours. Heavy rainfall will occur over many other areas during the next 48 hours. It is predicted that there will be heavy rainfall in Odisha in the next five days.
Cyclone Midhili: The India Meteorological Department said that the cyclone formed in the Bay of Bengal has intensified and will cross the Bangladesh coast in the next 24 hours. Heavy rainfall will occur over many other areas during the next 48 hours. It is predicted that there will be heavy rainfall in Odisha in the next five days.
The weather department informed us about this, “This storm will continue north-northeast direction at a speed of 17 kilometers per hour. Once it becomes as severe as a full storm, it will be named “Midhili” I said. Maldives has given this name to the storm. There is a possibility of landslides in some parts of Bangladesh due to the impact of this storm.
In addition, it has been informed that many parts of Odisha, especially the coastal areas, are likely to receive heavy rainfall. There is a drop in atmospheric pressure over the Galakolli Sea. Due to this, some states including Tamil Nadu and Orissa will experience rain for the next five days. The Indian Meteorological Department has warned that there will be heavy rain with thunder and lightning.
According to the forecast of the India Meteorological Department, the low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal will move west-northwestward from its original position in the next couple of days. The pressure drop will increase in intensity today. It is then expected to move north-northeast wards towards the Odisha coast on November 17.
Therefore, more rain is expected in these states than any other state. The IMD has advised the farmers to harvest the harvested crops in the state in view of the expected heavy rains. It is predicted that there will be widespread rain in Odisha in the next five days.
Most of the coastal, southern and northern districts of Odisha are experiencing heavy rainfall. Therefore fishermen have been instructed to fish without water. He said that after November 17, the rain will reduce and will continue only in some places. Surface gyre formation over the Arabian Sea does not have any impact on the Chennai side.
Because it has reached a weak point. Chennai will receive torrential rain at some places till this weekend due to increased wind pressure from the Bay of Bengal. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said light to moderate rains will occur over many other areas during the next 48 hours. IMD sources said that since October 1, Chennai has experienced a 57 percent rainfall deficit.
Many parts of Tamil Nadu are experiencing intermittent heavy rains due to a cyclonic storm over Southwest Bay of Bengal. Velankani in Nagapattinam district received 17 cm of rain. 15 in Nagapatnam, 14 cm in Karaikalm of rain was recorded. Apart from Chennai Asu Passu, Tamil Nadu has no serious rain forecast. Heavy rain is likely in some areas of Visakhapatnam, Vijayanagaram and Srikakulam districts of neighboring Andhra Pradesh.
If the low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal intensifies, heavy rainfall may occur. Chittoor, Tirupati and Nellore districts have received light to moderate rain on Tuesday. It is predicted that there will be heavy rain in a couple of places today.