Due to the Cyclonic storm Gaja most parts in south peninsula especially the state of Tamil Nadu and Kerala have received widespread rainfall activity. In fact, during the last 24 hours, widespread moderate to heavy rainfall activity was observed over most parts of Kerala.
The day temperatures along with morning temperatures have dropped significantly over Kerala. Thick clouding also continued over most parts of the state.
In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Friday, Kottayam recorded 79.3 mm of rain, followed by Alappuzha 43.4 mm, Kochi 42.3 mm, Punalur 6.2 mm and Thiruvananthapuram 2.8 mm.
As predicted by skymet weather, now the deep depression lies over Southeast Arabian Sea about 200 km east of Aminidivi. Another cyclonic circulation lies over southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining equator. This system may further intensify in to a low-pressure area.
Due to this system, initially rain may decrease over most parts of Kerala but will increase by tonight or tomorrow morning. We expect fairly moderate rains over most parts of Kerala with isolated heavy showers. Squally winds will also continue during the next 48 hours along the coast of Kerala. These rains are expected to continue for another 48 hours and will reduce thereafter.
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