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Sri Lanka floods: Death toll climbs to 164, met dept says Cyclone Mora moving away from island nation
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Sri Lanka floods: Death toll climbs to 164, met dept says Cycl...

The death toll from the floods and landslides which hit Sri Lanka has increased to 164, with 104 people still reportedly missing. The post Sri Lanka floods: Death toll climbs to 164, met dept says Cyclone Mora moving away from island nation appeared first on ... First Post.com, 2 months ago

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Normal rainfall in second half of monsoon season: MeT Dept

On the other hand, states like Gujarat, Rajasthan, several parts of Northeast have witnessed floods
 Business Standard1 week ago
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Odisha floods: Major rivers in full spate, Met dept warns of heavy rain in next 24 hours

With the water level in three of the major rivers of north Odisha crossing the danger mark on Tuesday, the authorities in Keonjhar, Bhadrak and Jajpur districts have stepped up their preparedness for rescue-and-relief operations, said officials. The post ...
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Flash floods in Odisha: Met dept warns of heavy rains even as situation in Rayagada, Kalahandi improves  First Post.com1 month ago

Met Dept predicts heavy rain in Raj for next 48 hours

After affecting normal life in as many as 11 districts in the state, the south west monsoon has become mild, though four districts in the state are still under the influence of flood-like conditions. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has predicted ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

Heavy rains likely to lash North Bengal districts: Met dept

The weatherman today forecast moderate thunderstorm with lightning to affect some areas in Gangetic West Bengal, while the northern districts of the state are likely to be lashed by heavy rains.
 DNA2 weeks ago

MET Dept’s upgraded monsoon forecast ve but keep an eye on error bar, say experts

Ambareesh Baliga is happy that the rainfall forecast is good but warns that one must also keep an eye on error bar which is between 4-9 percent
 Money Control2 months ago
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Cyclone Mora won't bring any immediate danger to India Met Dept.

Cyclone Mora expected to hit Bangladesh coast by tomorrow morning or noon.
 DNA2 months ago

Uttarakhand: MeT Dept. issues rain, hailstorm warning for next 24 hrs

[India], May 27 (ANI): The Uttarakhand Meteorological Department on Saturday issued warning of rain, hailstorm for next 24 hours. Heavy rains are expected in Rudraprayag, Uttarkashi, Bageshwar and some parts of Nainital. Earlier in the day, at least three ...
 Sify2 months ago

Mangaluru: Regular rainfall in coast from May 29 - Met Dept

Mon, May 29 2017 08:57:46 AM Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, May 29: The meteorological department has predicted rainfall in the coast to begin continuously from Monday, May 29. It said that the state's coast is likely to experience good ...
 Daiji World2 months ago

Monsoon woes: 5% rain deficit impacts over one-fourth of country, says IMD

Met dept expects situation to improve during June-Sept period in 2017
 Business Standard21 hours ago
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