Lakshadweep, Kerala and Tamil Nadu will probably receive heavy rains due to cyclone Mahe: IMD
NEW DELHI: According to (IMD), the severe cyclonic storm Maha, which was located on the east center and adjacent to the Lakshadweep area, moved north-northwest, with a speed of 18 kilometers in the last six hours of Friday .
In the next six hours later, it will move west-northwest.
It is very likely that it will intensify in a very severe cyclonic storm over the center-east of the Arabian Sea over the next 24 hours, the IMD said in its weather warning bulletin across India.
Under the influence of the previous weather system, the heavy downpour is likely to scour the Lakshadweep area for the next 24 hours.
Heavy to very heavy rains over Kerala, to the south and on the Karnataka coast for the next 24 hours and heavy rains over Rayalseema, on the coast Andhra Pradesh , Telangana and South Interior Karnataka for the next 24 hours, the weather forecast agency said.
The weather forecasting agency also mentioned the cyclonic storm Kyarr and said it will move south-southwest in the next hours from the center-west of the Arabian Sea.
It is very likely to move southwest through the Central-West Arabian Sea for the next 36 hours. It is very likely that it will weaken to a deep depression during the next six hours and more to a depression during the next six hours, he said. .
The IMD has also predicted that there is likely to be heavy rains on Kerala and Mahe in addition to Lakshadweep.
The accompanied thunderstorm is very likely in isolated places over Vidarbha, Konkan and Goa, Madhya and Marathawada.
It is very likely that the sea condition is very high or phenomenal in the center-east of Arabia.
From rough to very rough over the Lakshadweep area and adjacent to the southeast of the Arabian Sea and very rough over the west-central Arabian Sea, the agency said.
The organization has advised fishermen not to venture into the center and southeast of the Arabian Sea during the next few days.