Monday, June 17, 2024

Wet spell likely in coastal AP

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The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted that a low-pressure area is likely to form over the East Equatorial Indian Ocean and the adjoining Southeast Bay of Bengal. It is likely to move west-north-westwards slowly during the next three days.

The IMD has further said that a fresh western disturbance was likely to affect northwest India from Saturday. It is very likely to cause light or moderate fairly widespread to widespread rainfall or snowfall over the western Himalayan region and light or moderate isolated to scattered rainfall over plains of northwest India on Saturday and Sunday.

The IMD officials stated: “There will be no significant change in minimum temperatures over most parts of northwest India during the next 24 hours. The temperature will fall by 2-4°C in the subsequent two days and rise by 3-5°C thereafter. No significant change in minimum temperatures is likely over the other parts of the country during the next five days.” As a result, rainfall is likely in south coastal areas in Andhra Pradesh, the weather experts said.

The night temperatures in Agency areas in Rayalaseema and coastal areas have drastically gone down, to 4 degrees Celsius. G Madugula in Alluri Sitaramaraju district recorded the lowest temperature of 4.3 degrees Celsius on Thursday, as per the IMD weather report.

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