Low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal to trigger heavy rains in North and South Bengal
According to weather reports, a new depression may form in the Bay of Bengal. The situation will change from Sunday (September 13). Cyclone alert has been issued on the river Ganges in West Bengal. Chances of heavy rain in North Bengal and South Bengal are predicted.
The sky over the city and suburbs will be partly cloudy throughout the day on Saturday (September 12). Meanwhile, water stagnated on different parts of Bengal due to heavy downpour. If the amount of rain increases, there is a risk of flood.
According to weather reports, a new depression may form in the Bay of Bengal. The situation will change from Sunday (September 13). Cyclone alert issued on the river Ganges in West Bengal. The meteorologists estimate that this depression will form along the coast of Andhra Pradesh. According to the meteorological office, there is a possibility of heavy rain in different districts of North Bengal despite scattered rains in South Bengal.
It will continue to rain with thunder in Kolkata and South Bengal till Sunday (September 13). There is a chance of light to moderate rain with thunderstorms. Thunderstorms are expected in different districts of South Bengal. Heavy rains are forecast in the hilly areas of North Bengal.
Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Alipurduar, Kochbihar, Jalpaiguri in North Bengal will receive heavy rainfall. An alert was issued for heavy rains in these five districts till Sunday (September 13). There will be scattered heavy rains in these five districts. Rain with thunderstorm forecast in Malda and North-South Dinajpur.
There will be more water vapor in the air and there will be discomfort caused by moisture. Warning of rain with a couple of thunderstorms. There has been no rain in the last 24 hours. The location of the seasonal axis line is in South Bengal. The seasonal axis line extends south-east over Purulia, Kharagpur and extends to the Bay of Bengal. There is a vortex over Assam. Water vapor is entering from the Bay of Bengal.
According to the weather office, the maximum temperature in the city on Saturday (September 12) is 34.2 degrees Celsius which is 2 degrees above normal. The minimum temperature is 27.3 degrees Celsius which is 1 degree above normal. The maximum relative humidity is 91 percent and the minimum humidity is 65 percent.
The maximum temperature in the city on Friday (September 11) was 33.3 degrees Celsius which is 3 degrees above normal. The minimum temperature is 27.2 degrees Celsius which is 1 degree above normal. The maximum relative humidity was 94 percent and the minimum humidity was 69 percent. The temperature of the city on Friday was 30 degrees Celsius.