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Well Marked Low to give heavy rains in Kerala, flooding showers in Lakshadweep

October 29, 2019 11:27 AM |

Kerala Rains

South Kerala has recorded light rains with isolated moderate spells in the last 24 hours with Kochi witnessing 10 mm of rains, Thiruvananthapuram 4 mm, Punalur 3 mm and traces of rains in Karipur.

However, rains are all set to increase over the state of Kerala. Currently, a Well Marked Low Pressure Area is over Comorin Area which is why we expect heavy to very heavy rains to lash southern districts of Kerala particularly, Thiruvananthapuram, Alappuzha, Kanyakumari, and Kochi in the next 24 to 48 hours.

Thereafter, rains will reduce but on and off showers cannot be ruled out from the state of Kerala.

As far as rain statistics are concerned, the state is already excess by 65 percent and with the upcoming rainy spell, chances are that Kerala may become large excess in the next couple of days itself.

Along with the state of Kerala, Lakshadweep is also expected to witness heavy to extremely heavy rains, all because of the Well Marked Low Pressure Area. These rainfall activities will continue for the coming two days and are likely to cause trouble to the residents of Lakshadweep in terms of flash flooding etc.

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