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22 Jul 2018

Met officials issue ‘heavy rainfall’ warnings in Gangetic West Bengal The rainfall recorded in the last 24 hours is 3.8 mm. .... Heavy rainfall predicted

Heavy rainfall predicted
IANS | Kolkata | July 21, 2018 : The Regional Meteorological Centre here on Saturday warned of “heavy to very heavy rainfall” in five districts of Gangetic West Bengal for three consecutive days till July 23.
“Heavy to very heavy rain (7-20 cm) with lightning likely to occur at one or two places over E & W (East and West) Midnapore, N&S (North and South) 24 Parganas and Jhargram districts of Gangetic West Bengal,” said the weather bulletin.
Heavy rain is also on the cards for other districts of West Bengal, with Purulia, Bankura, one or two places over Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, Coochbehar, Kalimpong, Alipurduar, and East and West Bardhaman will also witness heavy rains over next two days.
According to the weather officials, Friday’s Well Marked Low-Pressure Area (WML) over the northwest Bay of Bengal concentrated into a depression and lay centred on Saturday morning. It is very likely to move west northwestwards and cross north Odisha and West Bengal coast between Chandbali and Digha, close to Balasore around evening.
Kolkata’s maximum recorded temperature at 34.9 degrees Celsius was three notches above average and the minimum at 26.9 degrees a notch above average. The relative humidity at 92 per cent has made the climate very sultry.
The rainfall recorded in the last 24 hours is 3.8 mm.

MP | Kolkata: A fresh low-pressure area that has been created over North Odisha and adjoining Bengal would bring moderate to heavy rainfall in various parts of the state, the Regional Meteorological Centre at Alipore predicted. 
However, the city may receive light to moderate rainfall in the next three days while some districts will witness heavy to very heavy rain. 
North-Eastern states are expected to see moderate rains in the next few days. 
States like Jharkhand, some parts of Bihar and Sikkim may also witness light to moderate rains. 
According to a senior weather official, the low pressure which was currently situating over North Odisha and adjoining parts of Bengal has gained some strength as a result of which various districts — both in North and South Bengal — will receive moderate to heavy showers depending on their geographical locations.

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