Areas of low pressure forming over Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea, rain activities will increase in these areas from November 23

In the coming days, parts of the country may once again experience the weather.

21st November, 2020


In the coming days, parts of the country may once again experience the weather. The news agency ANI has been quoted by the Meteorological Department that a low pressure area is going to be formed in the southwest region of the Bay of Bengal during the next 48 hours. On the other hand, Skymet Weather, the private agency that released the weather forecast, has said in its report that a depression will soon form over the southern central parts of the Arabian Sea.

According to the Meteorological Department, the low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal will intensify in the next 48 hours and move towards Sri Lanka and South Tamil Nadu coast by 25 November. It is also expected to reach Tamil Nadu and Puducherry coast. Regarding the deep low pressure area formed on the southern central parts of the Arabian Sea, it will move away from the Indian shores, moving in the western direction.

Private agency Skymet Weather has said in its report that the cyclonic circulation over the Bay of South West Bengal will soon change to a low pressure area. As a result, from November 23, rain activities will increase in the coastal parts of Tamil Nadu. According to the report, on November 24 and 25, the coastal districts of Tamil Nadu may receive torrential rains at most places. Not only this, heavy rain is expected in Sri Lanka on 23 and 24 November.

At the same time, the news agency PTI has quoted the Meteorological Department that light to moderate rain may be recorded in the districts of South Bengal on Sunday. This will reduce the temperature. Meanwhile, the process of bitter cold has started in the country. Mount Abu in Rajasthan recorded a minimum night temperature of one degree Celsius. At the same time, the cold of October in Delhi NCR broke the record of 58 years, now in November, the record is being broken for decades.


Category: India

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Reported by:
Pankaj Prasad