Strong low pressure area built over Arabian Sea, heavy rain for four days in these parts of the country


The low pressure area over the Arabian Sea has become stronger. However, it is considered that it is moving away from the Indian coast. According to information released by the Cyclone Warning Division, CWD of the Meteorological Department (India Meteorological Department, IMD), there is no possibility of any major seasonal disturbances on the west coast as the low pressure area moves away from the Indian coast. is.

According to the Meteorological Department, the low-pressure area over the east central Arabian Sea near North Maharashtra coast has changed to Avadab, moving west-northwest. The region is expected to move further westwards and gradually weaken during the next 48 hours. However the Meteorological Department (India Meteorological Department, IMD) has warned fishermen not to venture into the Central and North Arabian Sea.

The news agency PTI quoted the Meteorological Department as saying that due to this depression, there may be light to moderate rain in some places in the coastal districts of Saurashtra and Kutch in the next 24 hours. According to the news agency IANS, due to this distribution, heavy rains with thunder glow and strong wind can be recorded in Andhra Pradesh, Rayalaseema and Yanam for the next four days.

Not only this, a new low pressure area is developing in the Bay of Bengal area near Andhra Pradesh, which will create rainy conditions. According to Skymet Weather, the private agency that issued the weather forecast, the area of ​​deep low pressure is over the northeast and adjoining Middle East parts of the Arabian Sea. Also, a cyclonic circulation is also present. According to meteorologists, there is a possibility of rain in the next 24 hours in Telangana, coastal and some areas of Andhra Pradesh.

Not only this, light to moderate rains can be recorded in some areas of Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Vidarbha, North Konkan, Goa, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura. During the last 24 hours, rain has been recorded in parts of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, coastal Karnataka, Vidarbha, Andaman and Nicobar. According to Skymet Weather, a new Western Disturbance is also coming towards North India.

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