New Delhi, October 9
A low-pressure space shaped over north Andaman Sea is prone to intensify right into a despair and transfer in direction of the east coast, bringing heavy rainfall from Odisha to Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka and Telangana on Sunday and Monday, the IMD has warned.
It mentioned the low-pressure space shaped this morning and is prone to flip right into a despair within the subsequent 24 hours. A low-pressure space is the primary stage of any cyclone however it’s not needed that each low-pressure space intensifies right into a cyclone.
Nonetheless, cyclones often type within the Bay of Bengal and batter the east coast in October.
Beneath the affect of this low-pressure space and the resultant cyclonic circulation, light-to-moderate rainfall is probably going at most locations with heavy (6.5-12 cm) falls at remoted locations over Andaman & Nicobar Islands on Friday and Saturday.
From Saturday, rainfall may also lash Odisha, coastal Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Rayalaseema, inside Karnataka and Marathwada. It should intensify within the areas apart from Rayalaseema on Sunday and Monday, the India Meteorological Division mentioned.
The ocean can be anticipated to be tough.
Fishermen are suggested to not enterprise into the Andaman Sea and east-central Bay of Bengal on October 9-10, alongside and off Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coasts and over Gulf of Mannar from early Sunday until Monday forenoon.
“Fishermen out at sea within the Bay of Bengal are suggested to return to the coast,” the IMD mentioned in a press release. PTI