Weather Update: IMD heavy rain alert in many states due to Cyclone Tauktae

Weather Udpate is continuously moving across the country. Cyclone Tauktae, due to the low pressure area in the Arabian Sea, weather patterns have changed in many states including North India. Somewhere there is relief from the heat in the hide of clouds somewhere. At the same time, IMD has also alert about heavy rainfall in many states of the country due to Cyclone Tauktae.

According to The India Meteorological Department(IMD), there are chances of rains in Kerala, South Karnataka coastal areas, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and many areas of Gujarat.

A low pressure area is expected to develop in the southeast Arabian Sea around the May 14 morning, according to IMD, and it will pass northwestwards in the southeast Arabian Sea and the adjoining Lakshadweep zone.

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani met with officers from the coastal states and instructed them to be alert and take the mandatory security measures. Thunderstorms are expected in the state’s coastal area, including Saurashtra and the South Gujarat region, department of IMD said. 

On Thursday morning, rain fall in some areas of Kerala. As a result, the Meteorological Department has forecast heavy rains in Kerala this week, prompting the state government to put in place strong security measures, including issuing a heavy alert in some districts.

The morning rain in Delhi-NCR also made the weather pleasant. Apart from Delhi, dust storms and thunderstorms are expected in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and western Uttar Pradesh. There is a possibility of rain in some parts of South India.

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Kerala has declared an orange warning for 6 districts. At the same time, the CM met with the Indian Army, Navy, IAF, Coast Guard, and NDRF to discuss arrangements. Due to the Cyclone Tauktae, the IMD has advised fishermen not to venture into the deep sea. Residents in coastal areas have also been advised to seek refuge in safe locations.

Under the Covid protocol, relief camps will be established. The KSDMA has also urged residents in landslide and coastal areas to exercise caution, and has directed officials to take measures to establish COVID-19 protocol relief camps.

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