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Water level in Idukki dam will not drop, it will rain again from tomorrow; Meteorological Department with warning


Kochi: The meteorological department has warned of heavy rains in Kerala. The Central Meteorological Department has forecast heavy rains and thundershowers in Kerala from tomorrow till Sunday.

The state is forecast to receive up to 24 hours of heavy rainfall due to the impact of the cyclone that formed off the coast of Tamil Nadu. Apart from that, with the arrival of the 26th lunar year, Kerala will reach a more extreme climate.

Widespread rain

The lightning strike in Kerala last day caused severe damage. The heavy rains in the state were due to double low pressure. Orange alert has been declared in Idukki, Kottayam and Pathanamthitta districts today.

Widespread rainfall in all districts. Isolated showers are possible. Special care should be taken in hilly areas. There is a possibility of heavy rain in a short time.

Winds are also possible

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Along the Kerala and Tamil Nadu coasts and in the Gulf of Mannar, winds can reach up to 50 kmph. Fishermen are advised not to go to sea.

According to the new proposal, all districts will receive widespread rainfall. Isolated showers are possible. Special care should be taken in hilly areas.

The Kallar Dam opened in the morning. Caution on the banks of Kallar and Chinnar rivers. Idukki water level is not low. This is because the rains continue in the catchment area.

It rained at night and then

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Rain at night in the state. Kottayam: Heavy rains lashed Kottayam in the morning, officials said. Other districts also received less rain in the morning. In Wayanad, the rain has subsided by dawn. The water level in Chalakudy river has not risen. Athirappilly and Vazhachal tourist centers closed again. There has been a landslide in Kalpet Chenamalai. No altercation was reported at the party, and no motive has been identified for the killings.

In Thodupuzha, five houses were flooded. No significant rainfall was reported in Malappuram in the morning. Isolated rains continue in Pathanamthitta. Rains continue in Kozhikode hilly region too.

Less in other districts

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However, other districts did not receive any significant rainfall. No significant rain in Alappuzha in the morning. Isolated rains continue in Kasargod district.

The Kallar Dam opened in the morning. Caution on the banks of Kallar and Chinnar rivers. However, the water level in Idukki is not low. This is because the rains continue in the catchment area.

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