On Saturday, heavy-to-very heavy rain is probably going over Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, Karaikal, and southern coastal Rayalaseema and Andhra Pradesh.

The India Meteorological Division has warned of heavy-to-very heavy rainfall in coastal Tamil Nadu, Karaikal, Puducherry, and south coastal Andhra Pradesh. The rain is more likely to proceed until Saturday. A Met division official informed The Indian Categorical that the well-marked low-pressure system over south Bay of Bengal had intensified right into a melancholy with floor winds reaching speeds of as much as 45 to 55 km per hour and gusting to 65 km an hour on Thursday morning. That is the yr’s first melancholy shaped within the north Indian Ocean area. It was situated 470 km south of Sri Lanka’s Trincomalee, 950 km south-southeast of Chennai, and 760 km south-southeast of Puducherry as on Thursday 5.30 AM.

The climate company’s particular climate bulletin warned that low-pressure system was more likely to intensify right into a deep melancholy with floor wind speeds reaching as much as 50 to 60 km an hour and gusting to 70 km hour.

It’s most probably to maneuver in the direction of the northwest alongside and off the coast of Sri Lanka and head in the direction of northern Tamil Nadu over the following 48 hours, the bulletin stated. 

The Met division has forecast light-to-moderate rain at many locations on Friday. Heavy spells of rain are seemingly alongside the coasts of Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, and Karaikal.

On Saturday, heavy-to-very heavy rain is probably going over Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, Karaikal, and southern coastal Rayalaseema and Andhra Pradesh.

The climate bureau has additionally issued a ‘yellow watch’ over Puducherry and Tamil Nadu until Saturday and urged residents to beware the inclement climate.

The regional Met centre in Chennai on Thursday predicted remoted heavy-to-very heavy showers throughout Pudukottai, Ramanathapuram, Tiruvarur, Thanjavur, Mayiladuthurai, Nagapattinam, and Cuddalore. It has additionally warned of heavy showers over Kallakurichi, Villupuram, Perambalur, Ariyalur, and Sivaganga. The regional Met centre has additionally issued an ‘orange alert’ over all these districts.

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