Overwhelming precipitation likely in a few South Bengal areas from Monday
Overwhelming to substantial downpour is probably going to happen in South Bengal from Monday attributable to the conceivable development of a low-pressure region in north Bay of Bengal, the Met Department said on Sunday.
The meteorologist said a functioning rainstorm in Gangetic West Bengal, combined with the low weight is probably going to cause broad downpour in the district.
The southern regions of the state have been encountering moderate to substantial precipitation over the previous week because of a prior low-pressure territory in northwest Bay of Bengal, which has now moved away, giving passing reprieve from the ceaseless storm.
The Met office, in its estimate, said the locale of South 24 Parganas, East and West Midnapore, Jhargram, Purulia and Bankura are probably going to get overwhelming precipitation, the power of which will increment from Tuesday.
A couple of spots in Kolkata, alongside neighboring Howrah and Hooghly regions are likewise expected to encounter overwhelming precipitation on Tuesday, causing waterlogging and traffic growls, it said.
Dikes of certain waterways in beach front zones of South 24 Parganas region have been harmed by substantial precipitation and high tsunamis, prompting the immersion of farming fields, sources said.
Ranchers are dreading significant misfortunes in yields as the saline water in the fields could devastate crops, including paddy, vegetables and furthermore sweet water fish, they said.