Tauktae impact: Delhi sees record rains

Delhi has recorded the highest-ever rainfall in 24 hours in May as Cyclone Tauktae impacted the weather of the national capital and its surrounding areas after leaving a trail of destruction on the western coast where it had made landfall. Continue Reading

Editorial: Blowing hot and cold

At a time when the protesting farmers have decided to intensify their agitation against the Centre’s farm laws, a cold wave has swept Delhi as it recorded the coldest morning of the season so far at 3.4 degrees Celsius, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said. Continue Reading

As deep depression crosses coast, heavy rains lash AP, warning issued to TN

The deep depression in Bay of Bengal crossed the coast close to Kakinada in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh today, bringing with it a massive downpour in several districts. Continue Reading

Low pressure in Bay of Bengal to bring heavy rains this week

Intense rainfall is predicted in many parts of the country including Tamilnadu, Kerala, Mumbai and other areas on the west coast and in peninsular India during the next three days as the monsoon is likely to strengthen over the Arabian Sea, and a low pressure is likely to develop in Bay of Bengal. Continue Reading

Kerala to receive extremely heavy rain; red alert issued in 6 districts

Kerala has issued red alert in six districts from 18 July asĀ India Meterological Department has predicted extremely heavy rains for the State from 18 to 20 July. Continue Reading