Heavy rain is likely in some parts of India today. Heavy rainfall is expected in Kerala, Coastal Karnataka, Coastal Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, South Interior Karnataka and Goa on Monday under the influence of three systems. Due to a Low Pressure Area over Central Andaman Sea, a cyclonic circulation over South Interior Karnataka and adjoining North Interior Tamil Nadu and Southeast Arabian Sea, it will continue to rain at a few places till November 18.
Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Coastal Andhra Pradesh received rain last week under the influence of another low pressure area.
The present low pressure area over Andaman Sea will move northwestwards and become a well-known area today over Andaman Sea and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal. According to the IMD, the system will then continue to move northwestwards towards Bay of Bengal and will become centered into a depression by November 17 and off south Andhra Pradesh coast by November 18. The Cyclonic Circulation is likely to persist for another day.
Another low pressure area is very likely to develop over the Arabian Sea off Maharashtra-Goa coast on November 17.
The Meteorological Department has advised fishermen to stay away from Andaman Sea and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal, west and east central Bay of Bengal from November 16 to 18 and off Andhra Pradesh, south Odisha and north Tamil Nadu coasts on Monday. But don’t go on 17th and 18th November.
The bulletin also said that the minimum temperature will increase by 2 to 3 degrees Celsius over northwest India after 24 hours and most parts of Madhya Pradesh will see an increase in minimum temperature after two days. The minimum temperature will increase by around 2-3 degree Celsius over Maharashtra during the next two to three days and there will be no significant change in the minimum temperature over the rest of the country for the next five days.