The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning of moderate rainfall for several districts in West Bengal, including Kolkata and its neighboring areas. The forecast indicates that this rainfall spell is expected to persist over the next 2-3 hours. Here are the details of the impending weather conditions.
According to the IMD’s latest update, West Bengal is bracing for a bout of moderate rainfall. The affected regions include Kolkata, Howrah, Nadia, East Medinipur, as well as the north and south 24 Paraganas districts. The anticipated rainfall is expected to bring relief to these areas, but residents are advised to remain cautious during this weather event.
Given the ongoing heavy rainfall, there are immediate concerns about potential waterlogging, traffic disruptions, and localized flooding in low-lying areas. Residents and authorities are urged to take necessary precautions to mitigate any adverse impacts.
It’s essential for residents in these districts to stay informed about weather updates and follow any instructions or advisories issued by local authorities. Staying safe during adverse weather conditions is of utmost importance.
As West Bengal faces the prospect of more showers in the coming hours, it’s crucial for everyone to stay vigilant and prepared. Timely updates from the IMD and cooperation with local authorities can help ensure the safety of the affected communities.
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