IMD warns that winds within the areas of Andaman and Nicobar Islands together with the Bay of Bengal are more likely to intensify and kind a cyclone. Many areas are anticipated to expertise heavy rainfalls as a consequence of the cyclone.

Many areas are more likely to witness heavy rainfall

According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), a low-pressure area is rising above the southern Andaman Sea, which is anticipated to develop right into a cyclonic storm round May sixth. For the upcoming few days, the encircling areas are more likely to obtain extraordinarily heavy rainfalls. 

On Monday, RK Jenamani, an IMD senior scientist, mentioned about the circumstances in Andaman, that the system in Andaman goes to construct on May 4. From May 6, onwards a low-pressure system will kind, which can subsequently intensify right into a cyclone. He additional added that the IMD has issued a warning to the folks residing in Southern Andaman and the Bay of Bengal’s surrounding territories. They have additionally requested the respondents to not go there since there are indicators that the system might develop into extra intense. They’ve principally requested fishermen to chorus from fishing.

Over the subsequent 4-5 days, no heatwave circumstances are anticipated within the northwest, central, or east India, in line with the climate service.

Next 4 Days Weather Forecast

Heavy precipitation is projected over the Nicobar Islands on the 4th and fifth of May on account of the cyclonic storm, whereas heavy to very heavy rainfall is anticipated over the Andaman Islands on the 06th and 07th of May as a consequence of the cyclonic storm.

Meanwhile, scattered rainfall accompanied by thunderstorms, lightning, and gusty winds is anticipated over the states of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana over the course of the subsequent 5 days attributed to wind discontinuity all through peninsular India at decrease tropospheric ranges.

Heavy rain can also be anticipated over Kerala-Mahe on the 4th and fifth of May, in addition to Tamilnadu-Puducherry-Karaikal on the sixth.

Light to medium rainfall is forecast over Northeastern India and West Bengal-Sikkim over the subsequent 5 days owing to southwesterly winds coming from the Bay of Bengal. On the 4th and 5th of May, extreme rainfall may be very doubtless over Assam-Meghalaya and Nagaland-Manipur Mizoram-Tripura. 

First revealed on: 04 May 2022, 10:24 IST



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