Two months later again heavy rain in Kerala and south India

Two months later again heavy rain in Kerala and south India
Two months later again heavy rain in Kerala and south India
Two months ago, there was a threat of heavy rains, once rained by torrential rains. According to the Meteorological Department, there may be heavy rains in many states of south India, including Kerala in the next two-three days.

There is a possibility of further rains due to the possibility of a low pressure area in South-East Arabian Sea that has been devastated by South-west Monsoon in August about two months ago. In view of this, the state government increased the preparation for disaster management on Thursday.

Kerala's neighboring state of Tamil Nadu has taken several steps, after the estimate of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) that in most parts of the state on October 7, torrential rains and some places may have heavy rains.

A Bulletin of the Indian Meteorological Department has said that the low pressure area can become stronger and take the form of a cyclonic storm, and in many parts of Kerala torrential rains can occur.

In view of the IMD's prediction, red alert has been issued in Idukki and Malappuram districts where there is a possibility of heavy rains on Sunday.

According to the bulletin, the cyclone spread in the region of Lakshadweep and Maldives around south-east Arabian Sea and reached the middle troposphere on Thursday morning and its effect is likely to be the area of ​​low pressure in South-East Sea until October 6.

The bulletin states, "The area of ​​low pressure is more concentrated and it is possible to increase the cyclone storm and move towards Oman's shore in the direction of North West in 36 hours."

The officials of the Disaster Management Authority, while reviewing the preparations for the disaster management on Thursday, asked the concerned officials to monitor the water levels in dams keeping the estimation in mind. The doors of the dams in Trichur and Palakkad districts were opened today to remove extra water.

The situation in the sea is likely to be worse than Saturday, in which fishermen have been advised not to go in deep.

In southwest monsoon in south Kerala in August, This was the worst situation in 100 years. In many districts, rain and floods killed 493 people.

On the other hand, officials in Chennai told that the district collectors of Tamil Nadu have been instructed to take precautionary steps. Meetings have already been convened to review the preparation.

Chennai Meteorological Director S Balachandran said that there is a possibility of rains in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in the next 3 days. There is a possibility of heavy rains at one and two places. In the last 24 hours, there has been rains in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.

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