Rain Alert (PC: Social Media)
New Delhi: The monsoon has returned from most parts of the country. But there is still a heavy trend in many areas. Now meanwhile, the Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that the southern districts of West Bengal may receive heavy rains on Friday. The low pressure area in the western-central Bay of Bengal has deepened in the last two days.
According to the Meteorological Department, this low pressure area is currently located about 180 km south-southeast of Paradip in Odisha, 350 km south-east of Sagar Island and 490 km south-west of Khepupara.
Due to this low pressure, light to moderate rain and thunder showers may occur in many districts of South Bengal. Along with this, heavy to very heavy rains are likely at one or two places in North and South 24 Parganas districts. Apart from this, heavy to very heavy rainfall may occur at one or two places in Purvi Medinipur district.
During this period, heavy rainfall is expected in some areas of Kolkata, Howrah, Hooghly and Nadia districts. Fishermen have been advised not to go to sea. Apart from this, it has been said that those who are already there should return, because by October 24, the sea situation can be serious.
During this time, the wind will blow at a speed of 40-50 km / h in the coastal areas. Wind speeds can reach 30-40 km / h in Kolkata and adjoining Howrah and Hooghly districts on Friday.
The pollution level in Delhi reached ‘very poor’ category on Thursday evening. It is likely to wind up in the next two days. Government agencies have given this information. Delhi’s air quality index (AQI) has been recorded at 302 which is in the ‘very poor’ category. According to the Meteorological Department, air quality will deteriorate further with an increase in Particulate Matter (PM) 10 and PM 2.5.
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