Kerala rain : The India Meteorological Department (MET) issued an orange alert for four districts of Kerala on September 30, predicting very heavy rain. The four districts are – Thiruvananthapuram, Alappuzha, Kollam and Pathanamthitta. Read the report written below thoroughly to know all the vital information regarding weather forecast and chances of rain in karela in upcoming days.
Apart from this, Indian Metrological Department (Met) department has also issued yellow alert for all other areas apart from Thiruvananthapuram, Alappuzha, Kollam and Pathanamthitta these four districts of the state kerala.
A yellow warning predicts 6 to 11 cm of heavy rain.
According to details, the widespread rains are due to the formation of a low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. For the past two days rains have continued in the state – uprooting trees, water logging and crumbling walls – but there has been no major loss of life anywhere. Heavy rain has submerged hundreds of hectares of paddy fields in Edathua, a small village in Kuttanad district of Alappuzha district.
The sluice gates of the Aruvikkara dam near the state capital have been raised to a height of 160 cm due to rising water levels, district officials said.
Citing the intensified rains, the state disaster officer urged people living at higher altitudes to be extra vigilant and advised fishermen not to go to sea.
Meanwhile, the IMD has issued an orange alert for five districts of Odisha till October 2, predicting heavy rains. These districts are Jajpur, Kendujhar, Mayurbhanj, Baleshwar and Bhadrak. It also issued a yellow warning for nine other areas, predicting heavy rain.
Also for Maharashtra, the IMD has issued an orange alert for coastal areas like Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg and Kolhapur, predicting heavy rains. Yellow alerts have been issued for Satara and Raigarh districts till October 1.