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Weather Update: Cyclonic Circulations Bring Rainfall and Thunderstorms to Southern India

A dynamic weather pattern is unfolding over Southern India, with multiple cyclonic circulations affecting the region. As of the latest update, a cyclonic circulation is situated over North Tripura and its surrounding areas, extending up to 1.5 km above mean sea level. Additionally, an upper air cyclonic circulation is identified over the Southwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining Sri Lanka in the lower tropospheric levels, with a trough connecting it to the cyclonic circulation over North Tripura. Furthermore, another cyclonic circulation is observed over the Southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining Andaman Sea in the lower and middle tropospheric levels.

Forecast & Warnings for the Next 5 Days

The forecast for the next five days predicts continued weather activity in specific regions:

  • 19th-20th November: Expect light to moderate rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall in Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
  • 21st November: Coastal Andhra Pradesh is likely to experience light to moderate rainfall.
  • 22nd-23rd November: Tamil Nadu is again expected to witness rainfall during this period.

Isolated thunderstorm activity is anticipated over the aforementioned regions from 19th to 23rd November 2023.

Dense Fog Warning

In addition to precipitation, dense fog is likely in isolated pockets of east and south Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura on 19th November 2023. Residents and travelers in these areas are advised to exercise caution due to reduced visibility.

General Weather Conditions

No significant weather events are expected over the rest of the country during this period.

It is crucial for residents and authorities in the affected regions to stay updated on the evolving weather conditions and take necessary precautions. Stay tuned to local weather forecasts and official advisories for real-time information and safety guidelines.

Source: India Meteorological Department

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