The Met division has forecast thunderstorms and light-weight rains in components of Andhra Pradesh from Friday to Monday. Comparable climate situations are going to prevail in components of Srikakulam, Yanam and Rayalaseema districts as effectively, it stated. In step with the forecast of heavy rainfall at remoted locations in south coastal Andhra Pradesh, there was heavy rain in Nellore city, resulting in many components getting inundated in rain water.
In West Godavari district, there was heavy rain for greater than half-an-hour close to Bhimavaram, and in locations corresponding to Kalla, Kallakuru, Seesali, Doddanapudi and different villages.
Thursday was cloudy with no solar and powerful winds blew earlier than the rain within the afternoon in these locations.
For Sunday, there’s a forecast for heavy rainfall at remoted locations in south coastal Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema.
The Met division predicted identical climate sample on Tuesday in components of south coastal Andhra Pradesh.
Likewise, the trough from southwest Bay of Bengal off Sri Lanka coast to west-central a part of the identical sea off northern Andhra Pradesh now runs above the cyclonic circulation.
It runs in the direction of the southwest Bay of Bengal off north Tamil Nadu coast and extends as much as 1.5 km above the imply sea stage.
In obvious distinction to earlier days, all of the monitored locations besides three recorded a most temperature of under 29.Eight-degree Celsius on Thursday, decrease than the traditional temperature.
The three locations which logged most temperatures above 30-degree Celsius had been Nandigama (30.1), Vijayawada (30) and Anantapur (30.9).
(With IANS inputs)