Kerala, First Published Nov 28, 2021, 6:56 PM IST
Thiruvananthapuram: The district collector announced a day off tomorrow (November 29) for schools and colleges in Thiruvananthapuram district due to heavy rains. The holiday is in the midst of a strong rain warning from the Meteorological Department in the district tomorrow as well.
The city of Thiruvananthapuram and hilly areas will receive heavy rainfall. There was a mountain water patch similar to the landslide in Vellarada. Mountain water is flowing at the bottom of Chundikan Nellissery cross hill. Fifteen families were evacuated due to the danger. The rain, which started in the evening in urban areas, is still continuing.
Isolated heavy rains are expected in the state. The rain is likely to be heavy during the night. South-Central Kerala receives more rainfall. Yellow alert has been issued in 12 districts except Kannur and Kasaragod. The Met Office has advised fishermen not to go to sea from tonight.
The tornado, which is currently in the Comoros, will make landfall in the Arabian Sea tomorrow. A new low will form in the Bay of Bengal tomorrow. It is likely to strengthen and move to the Indian coast later. Isolated heavy rains will continue in Kerala for three more days as the easterly winds become active due to cyclones and low pressure.
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