Heavy Rainfall Alert in Karnataka after September 15
Weather experts said that moderate rain will continue in the coastal district for another three days. Due to the formation of surface cyclone in the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha, the districts of Kalyan Karnataka will receive a little more rainfall.
Rainfall in the state will increase after September 15 due to the effect of surface cyclone in the Bay of Bengal. It is raining moderately in coastal areas. Scattered light to moderate rains continued in the interior of the state as well. Heavy Rainfall Alert in Karnataka after September 15.
Weather experts said that moderate rain will continue in the coastal district for another three days. Due to the formation of surface cyclone in the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha, the districts of Kalyan Karnataka will receive a little more rainfall. According to the weather forecast, it will be partly cloudy with scattered rain. It said that after September 15th, monsoon rains are likely to intensify.
Monsoon rains that had given way in August have recovered in September. So far there has been more or less normal rainfall. The state received 58 mm of rain from September 1 till yesterday. According to the information of the Karnataka State Natural Disaster Management Center, the normal rainfall in the state during this period is 47 mm. 58 mm of rain has fallen. That means it has rained 24% more than usual.
IMD Issued Heavy Rainfall Alert In These States For Next 5 Days
In many states that have been facing hot weather for the past few days, it has been raining since last Friday night. But the weather department has warned that there is a possibility of heavy rain for the next few days. IMD issued heavy rainfall alert in these states for next 5 days.
According to the India Meteorological Department, many places including Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are likely to receive heavy rains for the next few days. The Indian Meteorological Department said on Saturday that a new cyclone is forming in many areas, including northwest Bay of Bengal.
Due to this, heavy rain is expected in Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana from September 12. Besides, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra are likely to witness heavy rains on Saturday and Sunday. According to the IMD, heavy rainfall will occur in the northeast region in the next three days.
Weather department also said that Light to heavy rains with thundershowers are expected over eastern India. Besides, heavy rainfall is likely at isolated places over Himalayan region, West Bengal and Bihar. Weather conditions will be good in Andaman and Nicobar Islands on 12th September.