Low pressure and cyclonic circulation:
Heavy to very heavy rainfall likely in south and central Kerala
The low pressure formed in the Bay of Bengal and landfall yesterday at odisha coast witch reached over Jharkhand today. The monsoon trough and its southern end lay in normal position. Due to this, there is a possibility of isolated heavy rains in central and southern Kerala today (22/09/23).
Low pressure and cyclonic circulation
Along with this, a cyclonic circulation has also formed in the Kanyakumari Sea (Comorean sea) at an altitude of 3.1 km above mean sea level. Observers at Metbeat Weather says this could cause heavy rainfall in the eastern region of central and southern kerala districts.
Video of Flash flood and land slide due to heavy rain kottayam yesterday
The status quo in the north kerala
Rainfall in north Kerala will continue to be low today. The mode of rain is likely to change again from tomorrow. This is because the monsoon trough shifts northwards. As metbeat news reported in the last few days, there will be more rain in eastern India. Our experts request to people those who visit eastern ghat section for tourism purpose, be caution on weather. Update with metbeat website current weather and forecast. And plan your journey safe. Have a nice day.