Many components of south India will witness heavy showers over the subsequent three days, in keeping with the Indian Meteorological Division’s (IMD) newest climate bulletin. With the extreme cyclonic storm Shaheen steadily shifting in direction of Oman, states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and coastal Karnataka are more likely to obtain heavy to very heavy falls from right now onwards, the IMD predicted.
Locations alongside the Konkan coast, together with components of Maharashtra and Goa are additionally more likely to obtain heavy rainfall between 3-6 October.
Landslide in Kasargod hills
In Kerala, the Central Meteorological Division has forecast heavy rains within the state until Tuesday. On Sunday, a yellow alert was imposed in a number of districts, together with Pathanamthitta, Kottayam, Idukki, Malappuram, Kozhikode and Wayanad.
In Northern Kerala, heavy rains resulted in floods in a number of locations. Visitors was disrupted alongside the Kozhikode-Wayanad highway on Saturday. In the meantime, a landslide occurred in Kasargod hills.
Heavy rains and thunderstorms in south Tamil Nadu
Heavy to very heavy showers accompanied by thunder showers are anticipated in components of south Tamil Nadu, together with Coimbatore, Salem, Dharmpuri and Perambalur, IMD Chennai warned.
A number of components on the coast and inside areas in north Tamil Nadu will obtain heavy rain tomorrow, the state climate division mentioned.
In the meantime, most components of Karnataka will expertise heavy rainfall and thundershowers over the subsequent 24 hours. The climate situations will persist for the subsequent two days, IMD mentioned.
The climate division on Sunday mentioned that Cyclone Shaheen is more likely to cross the Oman coast through the early hours of October 4 “as a cyclonic storm with a most sustained wind pace of 80-90 kmph”. Authorities in Oman urged 1000’s of residents in coastal areas to go away their houses and head to emergency shelters on Saturday because the Gulf state braced for tropical storm Shaheen to accentuate right into a class 1 tropical cyclone.
In the meantime in North India, the IMD has predicted heavy rainfall in components of Bihar, West Bengal and Assam.