Mangaluru: Few parts of Dakshina Kannada received rainfall

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SS)

Mangaluru, Jan 25: A few parts of the coastal districts received moderate rainfall following a storm in the south interior region. On Tuesday evening, a few parts of Dakshina Kannada district received rainfall.

Sullia, Aranthodu, Ivaranama, Panja, Kollamogru, Thodikana, Peraje, Kalladka, Markanja, Kaup, Ariyadka, Badagannuru, Puttur, Bettampady, Kalladka Veerakamba, Kasargod, Badiyadka and many other places received normal to moderate rainfall.

Mornings were misty and cloudy. Several places saw cloudy conditions throughout the day. Due to the overcast conditions and rainfall, humidity in the districts rose.

Mangaluru recorded a maximum temperature of 29.1 degree celsius which is 3 degrees below normal and a minimum temperature of 23.4 degrees celsius which is 2 degrees above normal according to the Indian Meteorological Department.

According to IMD official Prasad, though the monsoon conditions had ended in December its impact is likely to be felt till the third week of January. Presently, winds are blowing from the south-west direction. Due to humid conditions, a few places in the district are receiving rainfall. Weather forecasts said a few places in coastal districts are likely to experience moderate rainfall on January 25 due to the cyclonic storm conditions.






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  • Elwyn Goveas, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 25 2023

    That means it has rained throughout the year round.Rain comes with a warning with lighting and thunder during the start of rain and vice-versa that the rain will end.Time is changing slowly.

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