Andhra Pradesh witnesses heavy Northeast Monsoon rains from 28-30 October; inner district on alert

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(A Sarath Kumar/BCCL Visakhapatnam)

Tuesday, October 26: On Monday, 25 October, the southwest monsoon season lastly accomplished its withdrawal from all elements of India, exhibiting a delay of 10 days in comparison with its regular date. The identical day additionally noticed the onset of Northeast Monsoon rains over excessive south peninsular India.

Now, within the coming days, these Reverse Monsoon rains are anticipated to cowl extra elements of South India together with the state of Andhra Pradesh.

In keeping with the India Meteorological Division (IMD), the north-east monsoon winds will deliver heavy rainfall over Andhra Pradesh from Thursday to Saturday, October 28-30.

The Climate Channel’s Met group has indicated that for the japanese coastal areas, whole rainfall can be round 50-80 mm, however might improve to 150 mm in areas with heavy rainfall.

There’s a chance of heavy rain accompanied by thunder and lightning in Krishna, Guntur, Prakasam and SPSR Nellore districts on Thursday. As a result of forecast circumstances, they’ll all be positioned beneath a yellow watch advising residents to be ‘conscious’ of native climate circumstances.

On Friday and Saturday, the Yellow Watch may also unfold over Kurnool, Anantapuramu, YSR Kadapa and Chittoor, whereas being maintained by the 4 aforementioned districts.

3-day rain forecast over South India from Thursday to Saturday, October 28-30.

(TWC Mate Staff)

In keeping with The Climate Channel’s 10-day forecast for the town, the state capital Visakhapatnam is prone to obtain thunderstorms on Friday and scattered thunderstorms over the weekend. The prospect of precipitation can be 64% on Friday, and can drop to 38-39% the next weekend.

In the meantime, comparable meteorological circumstances are anticipated to trigger heavy rains over Tamil Nadu, Kerala and South Inside Karnataka this week as properly.

As for the seasonal rainfall, Andhra state collectively recorded 613.3 mm of rainfall throughout the 2021 southwest monsoon season (June 1 to September 30), which is about 19% larger than its common of 514.4 mm.

Subsequently, by October, the state has recorded 97.5 mm of rainfall within the first 25 days of the month, 28% lower than its long-term common of 136.4 mm. This shortfall may very well be a results of the delayed onset of the northeast monsoon season. However now that the Northeast Monsoon rains are underway, the state might present enchancment when it comes to rainfall within the coming weeks.


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