Mumbai: Cold wave conditions continue to prevail in most states and Union Territories of North India. At the same time, cold wave conditions have intensified in many parts of the country. Amidst all this, a yellow alert has been issued by the India Meteorological Department in two districts of Maharashtra for tomorrow i.e. Let me tell you all that the IMD says that the unseasonal rains were caused by a low-pressure area over the East Arabian Sea. The MET department today issued a yellow alert in two districts of Maharashtra.
At the same time, it has been stated that high weather speed of 50-60 kmph and 70 kmph is likely over the East Arabian Sea, due to which wind speed of 40-50 kmph will blow over outer areas of Maharashtra from 7th November to 60 kmph. Not only that, IMD has advised fishermen not to go to these areas. Let me tell you all that there is a low-pressure area over the East Central and adjoining Southeast Arabian Sea. In fact, it can be stronger by this evening under deep low pressure and turn into a depression in the next 24 hours.
It is expected to move west-northwestwards off the Indian coast. At the same time, it is being said that the associated cyclonic circulation extends 5.8 km from the average sea level and a cyclonic circulation extends 5.8 km above sea level over the west-central Bay of Bengal near the Andhra Pradesh coast. Now, scattered rain and thundershowers are expected in Maharashtra and Goa till tomorrow i.e. A cyclonic circulation over the Bay of Bengal and adjoining the Andaman Sea is expected to form tomorrow i.e. With this, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a yellow alert in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.