Summer rains will be heavy and Pathanamthitta district received the highest rainfall


Thiruvananthapuram> The Central Meteorological Division has warned that summer time rains will intensify within the state within the coming days. The announcement is that summer time rains with thunder and lightning are prone to proceed within the state. Extra rain is probably going in hilly areas. Summer season rains are probably in hilly areas of districts besides Kozhikode, Wayanad, Kannur and Kasaragod on Friday.

Fishermen and coastal residents ought to be cautious as there’s a chance of excessive waves and storm surge alongside the Kerala coast. There is no such thing as a restriction on fishing in Kerala, Karnataka and Lakshadweep coasts.

Pathanamthitta district acquired the best summer time rainfall within the state from March 1 to 31. The district acquired 82% extra rain throughout this era. The overall rainfall within the district was 125 mm. Manneera acquired the best rainfall within the district with 461 mm. Thavalapara, Kummannur, Karipan Thot, Perunthenaruvi and Laha areas additionally acquired greater than 250 mm of rain. Adoor and Tiruvalla taluks and a few areas of Mallapally and Kojancherry taluks acquired lower than regular rainfall.

In the meantime, the warmth within the state continues to rise and fall. Palakkad recorded the best temperature within the final 24 hours. 37.4 levels Celsius. Alappuzha recorded 37 levels Celsius and Kottayam 36 levels Celsius.

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