Rains hit Ker­ala, to ad­vance

TS likely to get rains by week­end

Deccan Chronicle - - FRONT PAGE -

The south-west mon­soon touched the Ker­ala coast on May 30, cov­er­ing parts of the Ara­bian Sea, parts of Ker­ala, Bay of Ben­gal and some north-east­ern states. The weather bureau has an­nounced that con­di­tions are favourable for fur­ther ad­vance­ment.

Speak­ing to this news­pa­per, Y.K. Reddy, direc­tor of the In­dian Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal Depart­ment, Hy­der­abad, said, “The south-west mon­soon is likely to reach Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Ray­alaseema in the next two to three days, and will reach Te­lan­gana by the end of the first week of June.”

Asked about the in­ten­sity of the on­set, the direc­tor said that the re­port will be given af­ter a week.

On May 30, the south-west mon­soon fur­ther ad­vanced into some more parts of the south Ara­bian Sea, re­main­ing parts of Mal­dives Co­morin area, south­ern parts of Lak­shad­weep, Ker­ala and Tamil Nadu, some more parts of south­west Bay of Ben­gal, re­main­ing parts of south-east Bay of Ben­gal, some parts of west central Bay of Ben­gal, most parts of east central and north­east Bay of Ben­gal and some parts of Na­ga­land, Ma­nipur, Mi­zo­ram and Arunachal Pradesh.

The fore­cast for the state on May 31: Light to mod­er­ate rain/thun­der­show­ers very likely to oc­cur at iso­lated places. The max­i­mum tem­per­a­ture is likely to be two to three de­grees above nor­mal at iso­lated places over Te­lan­gana.

Fore­cast for the city: Rain or thun­der­show­ers would oc­cur to­wards evening or night.

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