After hefty rainfalls in AP’s Nellore, IMD anticipates completely dry climate till Nov 20
Parts of Nellore as well as Tirupati areas saw hefty rains over the previous 3 days. Many low-lying locations in Nellore were apparently immersed by floodwaters. On Tuesday, November 15, Udayagiri mandal (49mm) as well as Nellore city (25.5) obtained the highest possible rains in Nellore area. However, this was a lot lower than the rains tape-recorded in the city on a standard in the last 3 days 64.5 mm to 105.5 mm. .
Speaking to TNM, IMD Andhra Pradesh meteorologist Venkat Rao stated:“The average rainfall is below normal in the south coastal areas and Rayalaseema region. Some parts received heavy rainfall and caused water clogging. This week, the regions will experience better weather conditions”
Nellore city was badly swamped throughout the previous couple of days. Commuters throughout the city were affected. According to media records, as a result of overflow of the blocked drains pipes, the citizens of Ummareddy Gunta, Balaji Nagar, Nawabpeta, Janardhan Reddy swarm as well as Bhagat Singh swarm were not able to leave their houses. Normal life was badly influenced as an outcome of the disturbance to activity of individuals as well as cars in prone locations in Nellore area. .
Some seaside locations in Tirupati area additionally reported periodic rainfalls over the previous 3 days. Meanwhile, Somasila storage tank in Nellore obtained a consistent circulation of practically 16,000 cusecs as a result of constant rainfalls throughout the previous week. .