Hyderabad: Heavy to very heavy rain is likely to occur at isolated places in Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, Godavari, Krishna and Guntur districts on July 13 as the cyclonic circulation over north coastal Odisha and its neighbourhood persists.
Moderate rain likely in coastal Andhra, Seema during next 3 days
According to the bulletin, the Southwest monsoon was active in coastal Andhra and normal in Rayalaseema. Rain occurred at many places in coastal Andhra region and at a few places in Rayalaseema. Heavy rain occurred at isolated places in West Godavari district, with Tadepalligudem recording 7 cm of rainfall. Bhimadole and Tanuku and Palakoderu in West Godavari registered 6 and 5 cm of rainfall respectively.
The chief amounts of rainfall (in cm) in the state were: Vijayawada Airport, Kaikalur, Nuzvid (all in Krishna) 5 each, Prathipadu (EG), Eluru (WG), Tiruvuru (Krishna) , Amalapuram ( EG) , Bhimavaram (WG), Macherla (Guntur) 4 each.
There was 3 cm of rain each in Paleru Bridge (Krishna), Chintalapudi (WG), Nandigama (Krishna), Velairpad (WG), Rajahmundry, Dowleswaram, Vararamachandrapur (all in EG), Kukunoor (WG), Jangamaheswarapuram (Guntur), Gudivada, Lepakshi, Hindupur (both in Anantapur) 3 each.
Two cm of rain each occurred in Machilipatnam, Atchampet, Narsapuram, Koyyalagudem, Piduguralla, Sattenapalle, Araku Valley, Polavaram, Tuni, Prakasam Barrage, Lam, Yerragondapalem, Chittoor, Chilamathur, Gorantla, Rolla and Amadagur.
According to the forecast, light to moderate rain or thundershowers are very likely to occur at a few/many/isolated places in coastal and Rayalaseema districts from July 13 to 16. No large change during the period July 17-19 in the weather outlook.