Cyclone isn’t over yet; IMD predicts heavy rainfall in many states

Heavy rains may begin in many states of South India from December 1. Coastal and northern areas of Tamil Nadu may receive rains from December 1 to December 3.

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New Delhi: The weather patterns are changing in the country once again. After the cyclone has passed, it is showing its effect in many states. It has started raining in many areas. There is a possibility of snowfall with rain. Due to rain and snowfall, there will be freezing noise.

Heavy rains may begin in many states of South India from December 1. Coastal and northern areas of Tamil Nadu may receive rains from December 1 to December 3. With this, heavy to very heavy rains may occur over southern Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema region. There is a possibility of heavy loss due to rain.

IMD Predicts rain in theses states:

According to the current seasonal conditions, this system can move in the western and northwest direction. With this, there is a possibility of landfall between Puducherry and Tamil Nadu between 2 and 3 December. In South India, it will rain in December, while in North India, the chill will be cold in December.

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Weather experts have warned that along with the coming rain, cold is also likely to increase. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast light rain in Delhi-NCR and isolated areas in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan from Thursday to Sunday.

Meteorological Department forecasts heavy rainfall in many areas of India

Another cyclone:

The impact of the cyclone Nivar in the Bay of Bengal is still there, so in the meantime there is a possibility of another cyclone knocking. The Meteorological Department has issued an alert. Its impact is likely to be more visible in South India on 2 December. According to the latest estimates, light to moderate and heavy to very heavy rainfall may occur at most places on 1 December. Heavy to very heavy rainfall may occur over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal, with isolated locations on 2 and 3 December 2020.

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