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Weather Forecast: Rain and Thunderstorms Expected in Southern India – Next 5 Days

The weather forecast for the upcoming five days brings a mix of meteorological conditions across various regions of India. A dominant influence of strong Easterly/Northeasterly winds from the Bay of Bengal is set to impact the lower tropospheric levels, resulting in significant weather phenomena across specific states.

In South Peninsular India, particularly in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Kerala, Mahe, Coastal, and South Karnataka, the forecast anticipates light to moderate rainfall at various places. Thunderstorms and lightning are expected to occur at isolated locations over the next two days. Following this, there is a projection for a fresh spell of rain, potentially reaching moderate levels in intensity, at many places. Thunderstorms and lightning are also expected, with isolated occurrences of heavy falls across Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Mahe, and South Interior Karnataka between the 3rd and 5th of November.

“Furthermore, an additional weather influence is set to manifest. A feeble Western Disturbance is expected to bring about light rainfall or snowfall at isolated locations over Jammu-Kashmir, Ladakh, Gilgit-Baltistan, Muzaffarabad, and Himachal Pradesh between the 1st and 2nd of November. This particular weather system is likely to affect these northern regions, contributing to varying conditions in these areas”.

It’s important to note that while specific regions experience these weather patterns, the rest of the country is not expected to undergo any significant weather changes during this forecast period.

These weather predictions are essential for individuals and authorities to remain prepared and take necessary precautions. Residents, travelers, and local administrations in the affected areas are advised to stay updated with local meteorological updates, heed warnings, and take necessary safety measures during thunderstorms, lightning, and heavy rainfall occurrences.

Source: India Meteorological Department

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