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Weather Alert: Heavy Rainfall Forecast Across Multiple Regions in India

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The meteorological landscape over Southeast peninsular India is currently under the sway of robust easterly/northeasterly winds originating from the Bay of Bengal. This atmospheric phenomenon is ushering in significant changes in the weather pattern, impacting regions such as Lakshadweep, Kerala, Mahe, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Karaikal.

Scattered to Fairly Widespread Rainfall Expected:

Over the next 24 hours, residents of Lakshadweep, Kerala, Mahe, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Karaikal can anticipate light to moderate scattered rainfall, with some areas experiencing fairly widespread precipitation. These weather conditions are a direct consequence of the prevailing easterly/northeasterly winds, creating an environment conducive to rain formation.

Upcoming Rainfall Spell in South Peninsular India:

Looking ahead, a fresh spell of rainfall is poised to grace the southern peninsular regions from November 14th. This renewed bout of precipitation is attributed to an easterly wave, promising relief and water replenishment to the affected areas.

Andaman & Nicobar Islands Braced for Rain:

Over the next 7 days, the Andaman & Nicobar Islands are expected to witness light to moderate fairly widespread to widespread rainfall. This extended forecast underscores the enduring influence of the easterly/northeasterly winds, maintaining a consistent pattern of wet weather over the archipelago.

Formation of Low-Pressure Area:

Around November 15th, 2023, meteorologists are closely monitoring the likelihood of a Low-Pressure Area forming over the Southeast and adjoining Southwest Bay of Bengal. This development could further intensify the precipitation in the affected regions, necessitating vigilance and preparedness.

The rest of the Country Remains Unaffected:

Despite these weather dynamics, no significant weather changes are anticipated over the rest of the country. Regions not under the direct influence of the easterly/northeasterly winds are expected to experience relatively stable weather conditions during this period.

Staying abreast of these weather updates is crucial for residents and authorities in the impacted regions. The strong easterly/northeasterly winds, coupled with the impending Low-Pressure Area, highlight the dynamic nature of weather systems and the need for proactive measures to mitigate potential risks associated with heavy rainfall and associated weather events.

Source: India Meteorological Department

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