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Due to the formation of a cyclonic circulation in the east-central adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal, Odisha is likely to receive heavy to very heavy rains for the next three days. IMD Bhubaneswar scientist Umashankar Das said that a cyclonic circulation has formed in the east-central adjoining the southeast Bay of Bengal on Wednesday night. Due to this, a low pressure area will form over west-central Bay of Bengal in the next 24 hours. Due to which heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely in the state from September 9-11. Umashankar Das said, “There is a possibility of landslides in the sensitive hilly areas of Odisha. Fishermen have been advised not to venture into the sea.

Chance of rain in some areas of Maharashtra
At the same time, IMD Mumbai said late on Wednesday at around 12.30 pm that 30-40 km at different places in Thane, Raigad, Palghar, Nashik, Pune, Ahmednagar, Solapur, Osmanabad and Latur districts in the next 3-4 hours i.e. early Thursday. Lightning and moderate to intense rain with strong winds gusting to 1/hr are likely.

Bad times are not over for Bengaluru, red alert issued for heavy rains between 8 to 10 December
Flood waters receded in parts of Bengaluru on Wednesday, but the worst has not eased for the IT capital. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rains in southern Karnataka, including the city, in the next two days. According to the Meteorological Department, on September 8 and 9, heavy to very heavy rains have been predicted in Coastal and South Karnataka and on September 9 and 10 in the districts of Interior Karnataka. In view of this situation, the Meteorological Department has issued a red alert.

The department said that a cyclonic circulation is persisting over interior parts of Karnataka and neighboring districts. This cyclone is being seen from Rayalaseema and South Interior Karnataka to North Kerala.

251.4 mm of rain in the last four days
According to IMD data, the Bengaluru City Observatory recorded 251.4 mm of rain in the last four days, including 131.6 mm on Sunday. This is the highest rainfall in 24 hours in September in 34 years. On the other hand, Bengaluru Rural received 752.3 mm of rain, which is more than 148 percent, against the normal 303.5 mm between September 1 and 7.

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Due to the formation of a cyclonic circulation over the east-central adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal, Odisha is likely to receive heavy to very heavy rains for the next three days. IMD Bhubaneswar scientist Umashankar Das said that a cyclonic circulation has formed in the east-central adjoining the southeast Bay of Bengal on Wednesday night. Due to this, a low pressure area will form over west-central Bay of Bengal in the next 24 hours. Due to which heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely in the state from September 9-11. Umashankar Das said, “There is a possibility of landslides in the sensitive hilly areas of Odisha. Fishermen have been advised not to venture into the sea.

Chance of rain in some areas of Maharashtra

At the same time, IMD Mumbai said late on Wednesday at around 12.30 pm that 30-40 km at different places in Thane, Raigad, Palghar, Nashik, Pune, Ahmednagar, Solapur, Osmanabad and Latur districts in the next 3-4 hours i.e. early Thursday. Lightning and moderate to intense rain with strong winds gusting to 1/hr are likely.

Bad times are not over for Bengaluru, red alert issued for heavy rains between 8 to 10 December

Flood waters receded in parts of Bengaluru on Wednesday, but the worst has not eased for the IT capital. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rains in southern Karnataka, including the city, in the next two days. According to the Meteorological Department, on September 8 and 9, heavy to very heavy rains have been predicted in Coastal and South Karnataka and on September 9 and 10 in the districts of Interior Karnataka. In view of this situation, the Meteorological Department has issued a red alert.

The department said that a cyclonic circulation is persisting over interior parts of Karnataka and neighboring districts. This cyclone is being seen from Rayalaseema and South Interior Karnataka to North Kerala.

251.4 mm of rain in the last four days

According to IMD data, the Bengaluru City Observatory recorded 251.4 mm of rain in the last four days, including 131.6 mm on Sunday. This is the highest rainfall in 24 hours in September in 34 years. On the other hand, Bengaluru Rural received 752.3 mm of rain, which is more than 148 percent, against the normal 303.5 mm between September 1 and 7.

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