Kolkata and parts of South Bengal are grappling with heavy rainfall, leading to inconvenience for residents due to a lingering low-pressure system over the Bay of Bengal.
Coastal Districts Face Deluge
In addition to Kolkata, coastal districts such as North and South 24 Parganas, East and West Midnapore, are witnessing intermittent showers, causing concern among the local populace.
The Alipur Meteorological Office has forecasted intermittent rainfall across various state districts throughout Thursday. The outlook for Friday is equally bleak, with expectations of widespread heavy rains accompanied by thunder and lightning.
GK Das, Director of Weather at the Regional Meteorological Centre in Kolkata, anticipates that the city will continue to experience light to moderate rainfall until Friday. Rainfall estimates suggest a daily accumulation of 10mm to 20mm.
The minimum temperature in Kolkata on Thursday remained at 26.6 degrees Celsius. Additionally, areas including Howrah, Hooghly, Purulia, Murshidabad, Nadia, Birbhum, Bankura, East Burdwan, and West Burdwan districts have reported light to moderate showers.
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