Depression in Arabian Sea: Heavy rain continues in south Kerala


As gusty winds and high tides are likely, the meteorological centre has warned the fisherfolk not to venture into the sea.

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Kollam: Heavy rain continues to lash the southern districts of Kerala. The rain, which started on Saturday night, has not stopped yet. Low-lying areas are waterlogged.

A depression formed in the Arabian Sea caused the rain, informed the Meteorological Centre.

It is predicted that the rain is likely to continue in the state on Sunday. The depression moves northwards and is likely to weaken within the next 48 hours. With this, the rain will recede gradually.

Alerts have been issued in Kollam and Alappuzha districts. As gusty winds and high tides are likely, the meteorological centre has warned the fisherfolk not to venture into the sea.

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