District to receive heavy rains
NASHIK: A low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal has turned into a cyclone on Saturday. It has been named as ‘Gulab’. Against that backdrop, the Indian Meteorological Department has issued a cyclone warning for parts of Andhra Pradesh and parts of Odisha as it will continue its landfrom from these states. The effect will be seen in Maharashtra as well as in the Nashik region. As per the weather forcast given by the Indian Metereology Department, the district is going to receive heavy to very heavy rains accompanied with a thunderstorm in Nashik.
The rains will observed in scattered form. The effect of the cyclone will decline day by day and the intensity of rains will also lower down. For state forcast the IMD has said, “It will rain in Maharashtra for the next three to four days from Monday, September 27. Heavy rains are also expected in Vidarbha, Marathwada and central Maharashtra.”
As per Meteorological Department warning, the cyclone has moved westward and pass over Kalingapatnam in northern Andhra Pradesh and the Gopalpur coast in south Odisha. Extreme levels of rainfall are expected in some districts of Aurangabad division.
Jalna, Parbhani, Bid, Hingoli, Nanded, Latur and Osmanabad districts are likely to receive showers with thundershowers and thundershowers while Aurangabad district is likely to receive showers with occasional showers and thundershowers.