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Rains to continue for two more days in Mumbai: Met Dept
India Today

Delhi pollution: Smog blanket to continue for next 3 days, say...

Delhi has witnessed the worst smog in almost two decades and the Meteorological Department said it is likely to continue for the next three days. India Today, 3 weeks ago
It's going to rain for 3 more days Deccan Herald, 23 hours ago

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Cyclone, heavy rain warning in TN

A cyclone building up in the Bay of Bengal is expected to cross the Tamil Nadu coast on Friday, December 2, the Met department has said. Landfall is likely close to Cuddalore between Vedaranyam in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. Chennai is expected to receive ...
 MSN India3 days ago Cyclone Nada makes landfall near Nagapattinam  Rediff.com1 day ago Met department predicts rains in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry from Dec 2  The Hindu3 days ago Cyclone Nada further weakens, makes landfall in Nagapattinam  Manorama Online1 day ago
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IMD sounds alert on fresh depression in Bay of Bengal

The India Met Department (IMD) has sounded an alert about a fresh low-pressure area materialising over the South Andaman Sea by Saturday, which could intensify as a depression the very next day. Coming close on the heels of cyclone Nada, the latest churn in ...
 Business Line1 day ago IMD declares fresh depression alert in Bay of Bengal  Business Line1 month ago Bay storm prompts high wind alert for Odisha, Bengal  Business Line1 month ago
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Met predicts warm winter

This time, India is likely to experience a warm winter, the Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Thursday. The maximum and minimum temperature between December and February would be warmer in all the meteorological sub-divisions, says IMD. This, however, ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago Winter is coming: Bhopal to record new lowest minimum temperature says Met dept  First Post.com2 weeks ago Brace yourself for a warmer winter  Manorama Online1 day ago Weather office says winter to be above normal this year  Hindustan Times1 day ago
Times of India

Cyclone Nada will skip Odisha: Met

BHUBANESWAR: Even as Monday's low pressure has intensified into cyclonic storm Nada, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Wednesday ruled out any major impact on Odisha barring light rainfall on Friday and Saturday. The storm, lay centred ...
 Times of India2 days ago Cyclonic storm 'Nada' weakeans into deep depression  Zee News2 days ago Cyclone Nada to weaken on way to TN: Met Department  Sify2 days ago Cyclone Nada to weaken, fishermen warned: Met Department  Ani News2 days ago
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Business Line

Met declares formation of cyclone 'Nada' in Bay of Bengal

India Met Department (IMD) has declared the formation of cyclone Nada over South-West and adjoining South-East Bay of Bengal with this morning's deep depression intensifying rapidly. The cyclone is forecast to cross the Tamil Nadu coast between Vedaranniyam ...
 Business Line3 days ago Cyclone Nada likely to hit today: Met Dept  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago Southern regions may be hit by first cyclone soon, says MeT department  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago IMD declares cyclone 'Kyant' in Bay of Bengal  Business Line1 month ago
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News Track India

Temp dip in JK, dry spell to continue

An official of the MET department said: "Minimum temperatures throughout the state dropped due to clear night sky." GKNN Srinagar, Publish Date: Dec 1 2016 11:37PM | Updated Date: Dec 1 2016 11:37PM Temperatures across Jammu and Kashmir dipped ...
 Greater Kashmir2 days ago Srinagar-Leh highway reopens: Night temperatures plummet across J&K  Kashmir Times9 hours ago Ongoing dry spell longest in decade, likely to continue  HT Syndication17 hours ago Mercury dips in Kashmir  Greater Kashmir22 hours ago
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The Telegraph

Monsoon withdraws from Bihar

The south-west monsoon finally withdrew from Bihar today, the MeT department said. This year's monsoon left a five per cent rainfall deficiency, a bulletin from the department said. Weather remained dry over Bihar during the past 24 hours and it ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Monsoon rainfall dips in Shillong  The Telegraph1 month ago Did IMD get monsoon wrong, again?  Rediff.com2 months ago Monsoon 4% below normal so far; could revive over central, North India from Monday  Business Standard2 months ago

Tejashwi reminds Gadkari of promises

Deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav, who also heads the road construction department, met Union minister for road transport, highways and shipping Nitin Gadkari in Delhi on Wednesday to demand release of funds for the road projects in Bihar.
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Dry weathers prevail, temps drop in Himachal Pradesh

Temperatures dropped in tribal and higher hills of Himachal Pradesh as dry weather prevailed across the region, MeT department officials said today. Keylong was the coldest at 5.4 degree Celsius followed by and Kalpa at 6 degree Celsius. Tourist ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Bihar experiences dry weather  Business Standard2 months ago Dry weather in HP, light rain at a few places  Business Standard2 months ago Weather remains dry in HP as monsoon weakens  Business Standard2 months ago
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