Meteorological Department warns of heavy rains in West Bengal: The meteoric Department has issued significant rain warning in West Bengal’s Gangetic space. The meteoric Department aforementioned that significant rains might occur because of significant pressure on the north-western bay of Bengal and therefore the adjacent West Bengal and north coastal Odisha.
The meteoric Department aforementioned that it’s possible to extend towards West-North-West direction and it’ll cross the coast of West Bengal close to Digha. Then moving towards west-north-west, step by step weakening can move to unaggressive space.
Due to this case of weather, significant rain is feasible in one or 2 places of South twenty four Parganas, japanese and Western Midnapore, Purulia, Bankura and Jhargram. The meteoric Department aforementioned that there area unit probabilities of significant rains in alternative districts of Ganga together with West Bengal.
The meteoric Department aforementioned that the case within the ocean is probably going to urge worse because of the north of the Bay of Bengal and therefore the coast of West Bengal and Odisha. The Met department aforementioned that fishermen were suggested to not enter the ocean.