Monday, November 21: When meteorologists first sniffed at the development of depression over the Bay of Bengal last week, most of the forecasts indicated heavy rains along the coasts of Andhra Pradesh. But after the meteorological conditions started to turn heavy on Sunday, new rain forecasts have now indicated heavier rains than previously forecast in the state in days. to come.
According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the said depression is likely to continue its anger for another day before weakening to a well-marked low-pressure area on Tuesday, November 22. In the early Monday morning, the system was lying at about 580 kilometers. from the Andhra city of Machilipatnam, and continue to approach the southern part of Andhra Pradesh-North Tamil Nadu till Tuesday.
Under his influence, we can feel heavy to very heavy (64.5 mm-204.5 mm) will hit the southern parts of Coastal Andhra Pradesh on Monday, while the northern parts of the coast and Rayalaseema division will be affected. big rain (64.5 mm-115.5 mm) until Tuesday. Most other parts of the state will experience light to moderate rain accompanied by thundershowers till Wednesday (November 23).
In addition to these conditions, the IMD has placed Andhra Pradesh in one place yellow watch from Monday to Wednesday, teaching residents to remain sustainable in the present. More specifically, the following sections are similar to this week.
- Monday, November 21: Guntur, Prakasam, SPSR Nellore
- Tuesday, November 22: Krishna, Guntur, Prakasam, SPSR Nellore, YSR Kadapa, Chittoor, Anantapuramu, Kurnool
- Wednesday, November 23: Krishna, Guntur, Prakasam, SPSR Nellore, YSR Kadapa, Chittoor, Anantapuramu, Kurnool
- Thursday, November 24: Krishna, Guntur, Prakasam, SPSR Nellore, YSR Kadapa, Chittoor, Anantapuramu, Kurnool
Capital city of Amaravati and Vishakapatnam, normal weather with one to two showers with thundershowers will continue till Thursday (November 25).
The weather will continue to be cold, with minimum temperatures hovering around 20°C in Amaravati and around 22-24°C in Vishakapatnam. The Weather Channel has also forecast lower than normal temperatures in central Andhra on Monday, with warm weather in the latter part of the week.
It remains to be seen whether the fresh rains will help Andhra Pradesh meet its deficit this month. Between November 1 and 20, the combined area of Coastal Andhra and Yanam collected 46 mm of rain compared to the normal of 91 mm, leading to a 49% deficit. Rayalaseema region recorded only 44 mm of rain compared to the normal of 59 mm, leading to a 26% deficit.
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