Today’s season, IMD Alert: The havoc of winter is continuously increasing in North India. The temperature continues to drop. It has started raining and snowing in the mountains. The effect of the cyclone is gradually reducing. Cyclone Mandus has caused massive devastation in Tamil Nadu, Rayalaseema, Andhra Pradesh. Due to this heavy rains were also seen in Karnataka and Maharashtra. Although now the answer is decreasing, the Meteorological Department has issued an alert saying that the cyclone will completely lose its intensity in 2 days.
Alert to NDRF and SDRF team
The rain forecast for the southern Indian state has been issued today as well. It has rained continuously in many parts of South India. NDRF and SDRF teams have been put on alert. Red alert has been declared in 7 districts while wind will blow with intensity. Guidelines have been issued to fishermen to stay away from the coast. Apart from this, many people from low-lying areas have been shifted to safer places.
Heavy rain during 11 to 13 December
Expressing the forecast of the Meteorological Department on Sunday, it said that two parts of the country, Jammu and Kashmir and the Andaman Sea, will be formed due to rain and snowfall. Heavy rain forecast has been issued for Tamil Nadu, South Interior, Karnataka and South Coastal Andhra Pradesh during December 11 to 13.
Torrential rain has been forecast for Bangalore Rural, Chitradurga, Mandya, Ramanagara and Tumangur districts on December 11. Heavy rain has also been predicted in Bengaluru city, Mensur and Hassan districts. On Sunday, Annamayya district recorded 20.5 mm of rain, Chittoor 22 mm, Prakashan 10 mm, Nellore district 23 mm, Tirupati 2.4 mm and Cuddapah district 13 mm.
Forecast issued for the next 48 hours
Heavy rains may also be seen in the capital of Karnataka, Bengaluru and adjoining districts. There will be clouds in the sky. Strong wind will blow. Forecast issued for the next 48 hours. There is a possibility of moderate rain. The speed of the winds will be fast. There will be fog. A drop in the minimum temperature will be observed.
effect of cyclone
- There is a possibility of a cyclonic wind area in the South Andaman Sea around 13 December.
- There is a possibility of widespread rain with heavy rains over Andaman and Nicobar on 14 and 15 December.
- The wind speed has been predicted to reach 35 to 45 kmph by 13 December.
- During December 15, heavy rain alert has also been sounded in East Central and adjoining Southeast Arabian Sea.
New circulation will be ready
The IMD on Sunday announced that a cyclonic circulation would form over South Andaman Sea around December 13. Heavy to very heavy rainfall with extremely heavy falls has been forecast over Andaman and Nicobar on 14th December. Another system is expected to form in the Bay of Bengal by mid-December.
The cyclone is expected to remain in Mallapuram in Tamil Nadu till Sunday night. However, with the collision of the cyclonic storm, now the rest will convert into a low pressure area.
Telangana Maharashtra will receive heavy rains towards the end of the week.
The rains in Kerala will continue on next Monday Tuesday.
Heavy drop in temperature in the plains of North India
Due to the icy wind coming from the hills, a huge drop in temperature is also being seen in the plains of North India, the air is feeling cold. Jammu-Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh saw a drastic drop in the temperature. Record drop of 3 to 4 percent in day temperature continues, forecast of drizzling in Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh.
While a cold alert has been issued in the air in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand. In many states, the temperature has been predicted to fall further. Cold wave alert has been issued in many cities in the third week of December.
chance of rain with snowfall
According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of rain with snowfall in the mountains of Gilgit Baltistan, Muzaffarabad, Ladakh, Jammu Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand for the next few days.
The effect of icy wind in the hilly areas is clearly visible on the plains. There is a drop in day and night temperatures. However, a rise in temperature is being seen in a few days. A rise in temperature has been observed in many parts of Jharkhand. According to the Meteorological Department, Delhi will have to wait a little longer for the bitter cold.