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Rainfall likely over parts of Coastal, South and North Interior Karnataka: IMD

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicts that there will be heavy rainfall in remote areas along the coast of Karnataka on Saturday. This is the second day the orange warning is issued in the region. According to the Meteorological Department, rainfall may occur in parts of the coastal areas of Karnataka, the southern inland areas of Karnataka, and the northern inland areas of Karnataka. Amber warnings have been issued in the Dharwad, Gadag, Haveri and Koppal districts in the northern interior division of Karnataka.

According to information released by the IMD, heavy rainfall is expected in remote areas of these areas. In the southern inland subregion of Karnataka, the weather forecast agency reported on Saturday to Bellary, Bangalore Rural, Bangalore City, Chitra Durga, Chikamgalul, Davanagar, Hassan, and Koda Yellow warnings were issued in the ancient, Ramanagara and Shivamoga regions.

Alerts in Bellary, Chitradurga, Chikkamgaluru, Davanagere, Hassan and Shivamogga will remain active on Sunday. The meteorological department predicts that there will be heavy rainfall in remote areas of these areas. Due to the formation of an area of ​​low pressure over the southeast and adjacent Bay of Bengal, it is expected that light to moderate rain will occur in remote areas in Telangana over the weekend. K Nagarathna of IMD Hyderabad there may be heavy rain in several places including Nalgonda and Yadadri Bhongir on Saturday. Andhra Pradesh.

The continuous rain caused at least 8 deaths and many people disappeared in the Kadapa area because the Indian Air Force, SDRF and firefighters rushed to rescue them. From 3 am to 4 am on November 19, the low pressure in northern Tamil Nadu and the coast of Andhra Pradesh caused heavy rain. On Friday morning, a house collapsed in the Vellore area of ​​Tamil Nadu, causing 9 People died, including 4 children.

News Source : Hindustan Times

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