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Delhi's air quality likely to worsen because of dense fog; flight services disrupted
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Delhi's air quality likely to worsen because of dense fog; fli...

Delhi is expected to experience dense to shallow fog over the next several days, according to the India Meteorological Department New Delhi: The national capital on Monday witnessed dense fog and the foggy conditions are expected to continue for the ... Livemint.com, 1 week ago
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Cyclonic storm Vardah approaches Andhra Pradesh coast

The deep depression that was formed in the Bay of Bengal has intensified into a cyclonic storm. The Indian Meteorological department has issued a cyclone watch for Andhra Pradesh coast. The cyclonic storm, named Vardah , lies 340 kms of Car ...
 Oneindia29 minutes ago Cyclone Vardah forms over Bay of Bengal, likely to hit Andhra Pradesh on December 11  Times of India6 hours ago IMD confirms depression in Bay of Bengal, likely to turn into a cyclone  One India1 day ago Some relief for Tamil Nadu as Cyclone NADA expected to weaken in next 12 hours  Yahoo! India6 days ago
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Sakaal Times

City temperature likely to rise in next week: IMD

Pune: The India Meteorological Department (IMD), Pune, has predicted that the temperature in Pune is likely to rise by close to 1-2 degrees in the coming week. Officials from IMD have said that in the coming week, Maharashtra and Goa will witness ...
 Sakaal Times2 hours ago City temp likely to increase by 1-2 0C  Sakaal Times1 week ago

Low pressure may form over Bay of Bengal

Visakhapatnam: A low pressure is likely to form over Bay of Bengal in the next 2-3 days, said India Meteorological Department (IMD) in a weather bulletin on Friday. This will be the third low pressure system to form over the Bay of Bengal during ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Low delaying winter  Bdnews24.com12 hours ago Low Pressure formed over Bay of Bengal; might trigger rains in Odisha in coming few days  OrissaDiary1 month ago Cyclone Vardah to bring more rains  The Hindu14 hours ago
Sakaal Times

IMD ill-equipped to gauge oceanic phenomena: Earth Sciences Secretary

The India Meteorological Department's climate forecast system was ill-equipped to gauge crucial oceanic phenomena, as a result of which it had to revise its prediction for rainfall from the Southwest monsoon from above normal to normal, a top ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Soon, system to forecast a deluge  Times of India4 weeks ago Met Dept will be equipped to forecast fog next year  Sakaal Times1 day ago IMD forecast system ill-equipped to gauge crucial oceanic  Business Standard1 month ago
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Money Control

India's wheat output may be hit if temperature rises: ICAR

Wheat is a highly temperature-sensitive crop. Recently, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast warmer winter for this year.
 Money Control2 days ago Wheat output may be hit if temperature rises: ICAR  Economic Times2 days ago India should purchase wheat on call options  Hindu Business Line1 week ago
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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 India6 days ago Cyclone Nada to weaken, fishermen warned: Met Department  Ani News1 week ago Cyclone Nada to weaken on way to TN: Met Department  Sify1 week ago
New Delhi Pioneer

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 Herald6 days ago Warmer winter likely; crops may be hit  Smart Investor6 days ago Global warming takes chill off this winter  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Winter to a take break till Dec 1  Sakaal Times1 week ago
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Severe Weather Warning

India Meteorological Department has issued severe weather warning for 5th and 6th December as below:  Heavy to very heavy rain very likely at a few places with extremely heavy falls at isolated places over Nicobar Islands and heavy at isolated ...
 Press Information Bureau3 days ago IMD issues severe weather warning for Andaman, Nicobar on Dec 5, 6  Udayavani2 days ago Schools wear a deserted look after IMD warning  Asian Age2 months ago

It's going to rain for 3 more days

Cloudy days are here to stay with the India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicting light to moderate rainfall for the next three days in Bengaluru. S M Maitri, in-charge director, IMD, said that depression over northern Tamil Nadu had moved westwards.
 Deccan Herald5 days ago Prospect of rain for four or five more days  The Hindu2 months ago Hyderabad rains: IT cos asked to consider flexi timings, staggered reporting  Business Line2 months ago Expect light showers today  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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