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Tag Archives: IMD

Heavy rains predicted for Andhra Pradesh


Very heavy rain occurred in Andhra Pradesh at remote places in Anantapur district in Vizianagaram district. Visakhapatnam: As the southwest torrential rain has become strong over Rayalaseema and vigorous over coastal Andhra Pradesh, heavy rain happened at certain places in the state. The heavy shower could endure at isolated places over ...

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Mumbai rains LIVE updates: Heavy rains lash Andheri, Thane; death toll reaches six

mumbai floods

At least six people have been dead in what is being termed as the worst floods in Mumbai since 2005. The India Meteorological Department has alarmed a “red alert” for heavy rains today in the maximum Mumbai city, which reported nearly 300 mm of rain in some parts on Tuesday. ...

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IMD Predicts ‘Above Normal’ Temperature Across The Country


IMD says that this January 2017 has been noted as the eighth warmest month since 1901. NEW DELHI:  Prop for a warmer summer season ahead with the weathermen forecasting “above normal” temperature all over the country this season, even as January month was listed as the eighth warmest from the past ...

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Winter ends Days, Nights turn warm in Telangana


IMD said that the trend would continue until the northeasterly winds remain predominant over the state of Telangana. Nights have become warmer in the state and the mercury has risen from 5º Celsius below normal to 2ºC above the mark in Telangana. Lowest minimum temperature of 13ºC was recorded at ...

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Southwest monsoon hits Kerala and Lakshadweep, 1 dead

Southwest monsoon hits Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram: Monsoon rains hit Kerala and Lakshadweep on Wednesday with heavy rains claiming the life of a 36-year-old man following a landslip in Idukki district. K Santosh, head of IMD’s regional centre said, South-west monsoon has set in over Kerala and Lakshadweep   Several parts of the state have been ...

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Hyderabad: Summer still hides a storm


Hyderabad: Three incidents of extreme climatic conditions in the last two weeks, causing loss of life and property have left Hyderabad reeling. And experts say that there’s much more to come. Meteorology experts from JNTU and the Met department say that the main reason behind these events are high temperatures ...

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