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Cyclone Gulab: IMD predicts intense spells of rainfall over several states, check here

The India Meteorological Department has warned that Cyclone Gulab which has weakened into a low-pressure area may again intensify further after reaching the western coast. 

Low pressure area over western India likely to intensify

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Low pressure area over western India likely to intensify

The IMD said that there is a possibility that the system may intensify into a cyclone as it reaches the Arabian Sea.

 

The Met department also predicted an intense spell of rainfall over several states.

 

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Heavy to very heavy rainfall over Gujarat

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Heavy to very heavy rainfall over Gujarat

The IMD has said that heavy to very heavy rainfall with extremely heavy falls is very likely at isolated places over Gujarat on September 29.

 

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Heavy to very heavy rainfall over West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, Maharashtra

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Heavy to very heavy rainfall over West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, Maharashtra

The weather department has also predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places over Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, north Madhya Maharashtra and north Konkan on September 29.

 

It also said isolated places over Marathwada may also witness heavy rainfall. 

 

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Heavy to very heavy rainfall over Saurashtra, Kutch

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Heavy to very heavy rainfall over Saurashtra, Kutch

On September 30, the IMD said that heavy to very heavy rainfall is very likely at isolated places over Saurashtra and Kutch.

 

Heavy rainfall is also expected at isolated places over Odisha, Gangetic West Bengal and Gujarat on September 30.

 

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Cyclone Gulab hit Odisha, Andhra Pradesh coast on September 26

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Cyclone Gulab hit Odisha, Andhra Pradesh coast on September 26

This is to be noted that Cyclone Gulab hit the Odisha and Andhra Pradesh coast on September 26. It started weakening after the landfall but brought intense rainfall activity over Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Marathwada and Vidarbha regions of Maharashtra.

 

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