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After the monsoon reached Kerala, the cyclonic storms are expected in some areas.

Dayadra Mandal,Kolkata;


The Indian Meteorological Department says that despite the southwest monsoon coming from a delay of one week, Lakshadweep is now fast moving forward in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. In the next 48 hours i.e., ti…




Dayadra Mandal,Kolkata;


The Indian Meteorological Department says that despite the southwest monsoon coming from a delay of one week, Lakshadweep is now fast moving forward in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. In the next 48 hours i.e., till Tuesday, in the northeast states have become the monsoon's best conditions.

The official Meteorological Department says that there is a situation of cyclonic storms in Lakshadweep, besides south eastern and eastern Arabian Sea. There is low air pressure in these areas. This pressure will move further north and north-west.

This pressure may increase in the next 48 hours. By Tuesday, the monsoon will cover the entire Bay of Bengal. Therefore, fishermen are prevented from going into sea, as winds can run at 60 kmph per hour. However, fishermen in Kerala have been prevented from going away from 12 nautical mile in the sea for 52 days. So that they do not have any damage in the breeding season of fish. Those who do not obey this order will have to pay a fine of 2.5 lakh rupees.

The pre-monsoon rain that came with the storm in Maharashtra's Nashik killed one person and three others were injured. In many places in the city of Nashik, the trees also collapsed due to heavy rain. So, there are five hours of electricity loss in different places since Saturday evening. According to the police, a 70-year-old woman was killed by a tin roof falling during a storm in Nadik's Wadala. Three others of the family of the deceased were injured.

Another police official said that many houses have been damaged due to the pre-monsoon rains in Yeola town. Due to heavy rain, an onion warehouse collapsed in Nafad tehsil. On the other hand, a green house was destroyed in Manmad.

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