Indian Meteorological Department, in a warning issued by them, said that a low-pressure is expected to form over the Arabian Sea around 14th May. They also said that the likelihood of it being intensified into a cyclonic storm around 16th May is high. IMD also issued heavy rainfall alerts from May 13 to 15. Which is in addition to the warning of a tidal wave.
Moreover, some parts of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are expected to experience heavy rainfall on May 14 and 15. This is then expected to move in the north-northwest direction all across the Southeast Arabian Sea. There are chances of it intensifying into a cyclonic storm in the east-central part of Arabian sea.
Fishermen along the Maharashtra coast have been advised to not venture into the sea from May 15 by Indian Meteorological Department. A yellow alert has been issued, forecasting thunderstorms with lightning and rain in Pune, Solapur, Ahmedanagar, Sangali, Ratnagiri, Satara, Latur, Nanded, Kolhapur, Sindhudurg and Osmanabad.
For the next 48 hours, IMD Mumbai has forecasted partly cloudy weather with temperature going maximum 34 degree Celsius. Rain in the areas of Siwani, Hissar, Hansi and in the Haryana state along with Rajasthan in also expected.
Some of you may be feeling or wondering the reason of this unusually rainy weather. That has delayed the usual summer time. In different parts of the country, it has been raining lately. And the same is likely to continue at least for another 4 days as per the forecast.