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Met. Dept. predicts intermittent showers
Sri Lanka Island

After damp weekend, Met dept predicts more showers today

Heavy rains, accompanied by thunder and lightning, pounded the City for over three hours on Sunday night disrupting normal life. The sudden downpour also affected processions that were being taken out in several parts of the City to immerse the ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
Met. Dept. predicts intermittent showers Sri Lanka Island, 1 week ago
Siasat Daily

Met Dept issues heavy rainfall warning for Telangana

September 7, 2015 Telangana The India Meteorological Department has issued heavy rainfall warning for Telangana State during next five days. Moderate to rather heavy rain or thundershowers would occur at many places over Telangana ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago

42% of India facing a rain deficit: Met dept

New Delhi: The worst fears of a second consecutive year of rain deficit seems to be coming true. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), 42% of India is rainfall deficient, as of Friday, while the overall monsoon deficit has widened ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
Indian Express

More than half the country has received normal rainfall: Met Dept

The data shows that 58 per cent of the country has received normal rainfall, 29 per cent witnessed deficient and 13 per cent excess. In a positive sign, no sub-division has recorded scanty or no-rain precipitation. Even as fear of drought looms ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Monsoon deficit at 10%; Met Dept sees situation worsening this month

The overall monsoon deficit for the country as a whole is in double digits for the first time this season, and forecasts suggest it may worsen during the rest of August. India Met Depart...
 Business Line1 month ago
Indian Express

Met dept worried, but irrigation says no need for supply cuts yet

The Khadakwasla dam, one of the four dams that supply water to Pune. With scanty rainfall in July and August so far in Pune and no signs of rainfall revival for yet another week, the Met department has grim forecast for rain this monsoon in the ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Intensity of 'Cyclone Komen' unlikely to increase: Bangladesh Met Dept.

Calling it 'moderate', Mohammad Shah Alam, Director of Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) said on Thursday that the intensity of 'Cyclone Komen' is unlikely to increase further.The Bangladesh Met Department also said the cyclone is likely ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
Business Standard

Rains 32% below normal

Met dept says rains will increase over central India only in first week of August Sanjeeb Mukherjee | New Delhi July 17, 2015 Last Updated at 00:24 IST The southwest monsoon was 32 per cent below normal in the first 15 days of July, key month for sowing of ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Monsoon revived in worst-hit central India, southern peninsula regions: MeT dept

Monsoon has revived in the worst-hit central India and southern peninsula regions.Director General, MeT department, LS Rathore said that revival in rains augur well for kharif crops and would also help narrow rainfall deficit in September.
 News on Air4 weeks ago

Baddeck Water - Environment Minister

5:57 On Sept. 2nd the Village of Baddeck imposed its second boil water order in 2 weeks. Village staff met with the Dept. of Environment today. Andrew Younger is the Minister. Environment Minister Andrew Younger joins me now for an update: Stay ...
 CBC1 month ago
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