Visibility less than 1000 meters not reported, it may rain in South India; Know the updates of the Meteorological Department

Visibility less than 1000 meters not reported, it may rain in South India; Know the updates of the Meteorological Department

  The Meteorological Department gave information about the visibility late on Monday night. According to this, no report has been received regarding visibility of less than 1000 meters from anywhere in the plains of North West India including Delhi at 11:30 pm. Please note that visibility less than 1000 meters is considered fog. Apart from this, the Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of light to moderate rain with thunder and lightning in South India. This includes Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Coastal and Southern Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and South Goa. Apart from this, light rain is also expected in Odisha and Telangana.

In Madhya Pradesh, the day and night temperatures are continuing to drop in most of the districts due to the continuous northerly direction for the last four days. However, now there is some increase in the temperature due to the east wind along with the north. According to meteorologists, due to the effect of the low pressure area formed in the Bay of Bengal, after two days there may be cloud cover in the state. Also, it may rain in some areas.

Ajay Shukla, former senior meteorologist of the Meteorological Center said that at present a trough is forming from the Bay of Bengal to the Arabian Sea. A low pressure area is persisting near Andaman in Bay of Bengal. It will turn into an area of ​​depression and reach the coast of Andhra Pradesh. Due to this, moisture will start coming. Due to this, from November 17, there will be cloud cover in MP. Along with this, rain may also occur in many districts including the capital.

The Meteorological Department has predicted rain in Karnataka and Andaman and Nicobar Islands on November 16. Also, on November 17 and 18, there is a possibility of heavy rain along the coastal Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra coast. The Meteorological Department has advised fishermen not to venture into the sea for the next 4 days.

According to the Meteorological Department, the temperature is likely to rise on November 17-18 as a low pressure area has formed near Tamil Nadu and is moving forward. This will increase the day temperature. The IMD department has said that there may be heavy rains in the state till November 16. The administration has appealed to the people not to come out of the house without need. The effect of rain in Kerala is going to be felt in the neighboring states as well. Therefore, IMD has also expressed the possibility of heavy rains in many states for November 16-18.

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