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Persisting Low Pressure Area to keep lashing Coastal Andhra Pradesh with heavy rain

October 23, 2019 1:14 PM |

Rain in Andhra Pradesh

Heavy to very heavy rains have lashed the coastal parts of Andhra Pradesh and there is a low pressure area which is persisting over Coastal Andhra Pradesh.

In the last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Kalingapatnam recorded a whopping 120 mm of rains, Narsapur 96 mm, Visakhapatnam 87 mm, Tuni 76 mm, Kakinada 75 mm, and Machilipatnam 49 mm.

These figures clearly state that fairly widespread heavy to very heavy rains have lashed the coastal region of Andhra Pradesh. Moderate rains were seen in Rayalaseema.

Now also, rains are continuing to lash the state of Andhra Pradesh and as per our weathermen, these heavy rains will continue over Andhra Pradesh’s coastal parts for the next two days. The persisting low pressure area will initially move along the coast and eventually move inland over North Coastal Andhra Pradesh.

Thus, as per weathermen at Skymet Weather, rains are expected to increase further today and there may be heavy to very rains over many parts of Coastal Andhra Pradesh. These rains are expected to continue until October 24, reducing slightly on October 25. It is then when the Low Pressure Area will move eastwards.

By October 26, these rainfall activities will further witness a reduction. Talking about Rayalaseema, moderate rains will continue over the region. By the end of this rainy episode, Coastal Andhra will also become rain surplus while Rayalaseema is already in the positive category.

Weather throughout October will not go dry over Andhra Pradesh and rains will continue until the end of the month.

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