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Heavy rains in the coming days; Alerts were declared in various districts


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  • Chance of rain in Kerala in the coming days.
  • Chance of strong winds in Kerala.
  • Alert was declared in various districts.

Thiruvananthapuram: The Central Meteorological Department has forecast rains in Kerala in the coming days. Yellow alert has been issued in various districts as isolated heavy rains are forecast. The Central Meteorological Department has warned of strong winds in Kerala from December 04 to December 06.

Yellow alert has been issued in some districts of the state but in hilly areas there is a possibility of isolated thundershowers.

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Rainfall forecast for the next 5 days by the Central Meteorological Department

The Central Meteorological Department has issued yellow alerts in various districts.
04-12-2021: Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Kottayam, Idukki, Ernakulam, Palakkad and Malappuram.
05-12-2021: Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Kottayam, Idukki, Ernakulam, Palakkad and Malappuram.
06-12-2021: Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Kottayam, Idukki, Ernakulam, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kozhikode and Wayanad.

The Central Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert in these districts. The Central Meteorological Department has forecast strong winds in Kerala from December 04 to December 06.

Suggestions for general caution in dealing with strong winds

Strong winds are one of the most devastating and deadly state disasters in Kerala. Strong winds can cause trees to fall and twigs to break. Do not stand under trees under wind or rain for any reason. Do not park vehicles in trees.
Dangerous twigs of trees in the backyard should be cut down. Inform the concerned local bodies if any dangerous trees are noticed in public places.

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Reinforce or loosen unsafe billboards, electric posts, and flagpoles when there is no wind or rain, as trunks may fall. Do not stand or park vehicles under or near it when it is raining or windy.
Tools and other objects that may fall into the wind, such as a ladder leaning against a wall or other object, should be tied with a rope.

The windows and doors of the house should be closed as soon as the wind starts blowing. Do not stand near windows and doors. Avoid standing on the terrace of the house. Those living in dilapidated, sheet-lined or unsealed houses should contact the authorities (number 1077) in advance and move to safer buildings as and when required in the event of a warning. Local Governments, Revenue officials and the people’s representatives should take the initiative to transfer such persons identified under the Local Government Level Disaster Mitigation Scheme to the relief camps as and when required in accordance with the Covid 19 protocol.

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Power lines and posts are more likely to rupture when wind and rain are strong. In case of any such incident, immediately inform the control room of KSEB on 1912 or the District Disaster Management Authority on 1077. Troubleshooting should be avoided during the windy phase and only after the wind and rain have stopped. The public should cooperate patiently with KSEB employees. Do not do such repair work in public.

Newspaper – Those who go to work early in the morning like milk distributors should be especially careful. Efforts should be made to ensure that the power line does not break in the floodplains of the roads. If you suspect any danger, you should inform the control room and proceed only after making sure that there is no danger.
Before entering the field, make sure that the power lines passing through the fields are safe. Construction workers should stop working and move to a safer place when the wind and rain are strong.

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Fisherman vigilance instruction

The Central Meteorological Department has said that fishing will not be restricted along the Kerala-Karnataka-Lakshadweep coast.

Special caution

04-12-2021: Northwest and adjoining central and western Bay of Bengal at 60 to 70 km per hour. At speeds of up to 80 km / h, in some cases up to 80 km / h. Possibility of strong winds and bad weather, blowing at speeds of up to m. 55 to 65 km per hour along the northern Andhra Pradesh-Odisha coast. Speeds of up to 75 km / h and in some cases 75 km / h. Possibility of strong winds and bad weather, blowing at speeds of up to m.
05-12-2021: Northwest Bay of Bengal, adjoining areas and northern Andhra Pradesh-Odisha 50-60 kmph. At speeds of up to 70 km / h, in some cases up to 70 km / h. Possibility of strong winds and bad weather, blowing at speeds of up to m. Fishing is not allowed in these areas on the above days.

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