The Met division on Wednesday forecast thunderstorms with lightning at remoted locations in coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam over the following 5 days, and in Rayalaseema area on the weekend, underneath the influence of a deep melancholy. In line with a Met Division official, the melancholy, located about 15 km west by northwest of Andhra’s Kakinada and 200 km east by southeast of Telangana’s Khammam additional moved west by northwestwards at a pace of 32 km per hour previously six hours.
Round eight.30 a.m. on Wednesday, it lay centred over north inside Karnataka and adjoining areas of Maharashtra and Telangana, about 80 km northwest of Karnataka’s Gulbarga and 160 km east of Maharashtra’s Solapur.
“It is vitally more likely to transfer west-northwestwards and steadily weaken right into a well-marked low-pressure space through the subsequent 12 hours. Thereafter, it is vitally more likely to proceed to maneuver west-northwestwards and emerge into east central Arabian Sea, off Maharashtra coast round Friday morning,” stated the Met official.
The Met Division has additionally held out a chance of the melancholy additional intensifying over east-central and adjoining northeast the Arabian Sea, off Maharashtra and Gujarat coasts with a gradual west by northwestward motion.
The melancholy, which arose within the Bay of Bengal, first hit Andhra Pradesh after which moved to Telangana to wreak havoc in Hyderabad and surrounding areas. It’s now poised to hit states equivalent to Karnataka, Maharashtra and Gujarat.
(With PTI inputs)