Today’s weather: Stormy weather to develop over the Bay from Friday

India Meteorological Section (IMD) has warned of squally temperature developing over the Central Bay of Bengal and North Andaman Sea with winds speeding to 45-55 km/hr from Friday to Sunday forward of lower-force region forming on Friday and afterwards intensifying into a melancholy.

The sea issue will be ‘rough to extremely rough’ (wave heights of eight-twenty ft) over the North Andaman Sea, East-Central and adjoining South-East Bay on Friday and Saturday over West-Central Bay Saturday and Sunday and over adjoining North Bay and alongside and off the Andhra Pradesh and Odisha coasts on Sunday. Fishermen are encouraged not to enterprise into seas in these parts.

To start with put up-monsoon melancholy

The lower is forecast to concentrate into the initial put up-monsoon melancholy over the Central Bay by Saturday. The IMD expects it to monitor in the west-north-westward path and cross the North Andhra Pradesh and adjoining South Odisha coast as a melancholy by Sunday afternoon/evening.

Squally temperature with wind achieving 45-55 km/hr in pace and gusting to 65 km/hr is also forecast over the West-Central and adjoining North Bay alongside and off the Andhra Pradesh and Odisha coasts commencing from Saturday night for subsequent two days.

Gentle to moderate rainfall is forecast at most places over the Andaman & Nicobar Islands with major to extremely major rainfall on Friday in advance of becoming heavier on Saturday and Sunday. Rather common to common rainfall with isolated major tumble (six.five-11.five cm) might arise over Coastal Andhra Pradesh on Friday and Saturday and extremely major falls (11-twenty.four cm) on Sunday.

Monsoon withdrawal stalls again

Isolated major to extremely major falls have been forecast over Odisha also on Sunday, the working day of the landfall of the melancholy. Rather common to common rainfall with isolated major tumble is most likely over Telangana from Friday to Sunday over Rayalaseema on Friday and Saturday and over North Interior Karnataka on Saturday and Sunday.

Meanwhile, the withdrawal of the South-West monsoon has arrive to a grind but again over North-West and West India with the withdrawal line unchanged alongside Faizabad, Fatehpur, Nowgong, Rajgarh, Ratlam, Vallabh Vidyanagar and Porbandar for the third working day on Thursday.