Rare low-pressure area taking shape over South-East Bay of Bengal

In an strange change of weather conditions events for February-March, however picked up by types in time, scattered to reasonably widespread/reasonable rains are expected to crack out around Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Andhra Pradesh and Yanam later on this 7 days.

This will come about as a unusual minimal-stress area can take form in excess of the South-East Bay of Bengal and adjoining South Andaman Sea by tomorrow (Monday), India Meteorological Section (IMD) claimed in an update this (Sunday) morning.

Cyclonic circulation existing

A causative cyclonic circulation will move in from the Strait of Malacca and arise above the South Andaman Sea by this night by itself. Significant rainfall is probable at isolated locations above the Nicobar Islands currently. Thunderstorms accompanied with lightning and gusty winds (speed 30-40 km/h) could stalk the bigger Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

The Busan, South Korea-dependent APEC Climate Centre has previously appear out with a forecast for a wetter than common pre-monsoon time (March to Could) for India this yr. The US Countrywide Centres for Environmental Prediction sees the rising wet weather conditions long lasting until finally March 7 (Monday future) and sustaining with considerably less depth into the subsequent 7 days, far too. It also sees fresh advancement more than the South-East Bay by the close of that 7 days.

Squally climate warning

The IMD has warned of squally temperature (winds speeds of 40-50 km/hr gusting to 60 km/hr to virtually depression strength) over the South Andaman Sea and the adjoining South-East Bay right now and tomorrow (Sunday and Monday). Fishermen are not recommended not to venture into these spots.

As for tomorrow (Monday), heavy rainfall may perhaps continue on more than the Nicobar Islands though thunderstorms, accompanied with lightning and gusty winds (40-50 km/hr), may perhaps line up in excess of the relaxation of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

Squally weather (wind speeds of 40-50 km/hr gusting to 60 km/hr) could prevail for a next day above the South Andaman Sea and the adjoining South-East Bay. Fishermen are recommended not to undertaking into these regions.

Having nearer to TN coast

As for Tuesday, the tough climate sample with squalls (wind speeds of 40-50 km/hr gusting to 60 km/hr) may start off to address further West and deal with the South-East and adjoining South-West Bay, nearer to the Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh coasts.

The incredibly future day (Wednesday, March 2), the IMD sees heavy rainfall lashing Coastal Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal and squally weather (winds speeds of 40-50 km/hr gusting to 60 km/hr) prevailing over the South-West and adjoining South-East Bay. Fishermen are not allowed to venture into these waters. These circumstances will maintain into the subsequent working day (Thursday) as nicely.

Thunderstorms inform for East India

March 4-6 (Friday to Sunday) will see the unusual soaked climate spreading even more West and North into Tamilnadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Andhra Pradesh, Yanam, Kerala and Mahe. Large rainfall is most likely about Coastal Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal. Squally weather (wind speeds of 40-50 km/hr gusting to 60 km/hr) could prevail about the South-West and adjoining South-East Bay with fishermen becoming encouraged warning.

In the meantime, a fair little bit of weather conditions is occurring in excess of North-West India with a western disturbance checking in more than Bathinda and neighbourhood in Punjab. It will bring about isolated mild/reasonable rain with thunderstorms and lightning up front about Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Sikkim and Chhattisgarh until eventually tomorrow (Monday).

Welcome rain for South

Scattered to fairly prevalent rainfall around Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura throughout this period of time.

The incoming rainy session may perhaps end a lean patch for Karnataka and Kerala whilst adding to the surplus about Tamil Nadu. The state as a whole has a surplus of 48 per cent as of yesterday (January 1 to February 26) however marred by substantial to medium individual deficits in Karnataka, Kerala, elements of Maharashtra, Gujarat and North-East India.

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February 27, 2022