IMD issues yellow alert

 IMD issues yellow alert
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With Coastal region likely to receive heavy rainfall accompanied by Thunder and gusty wind for the next 24 hours in few places, the Indian Meteorological Department has issued a Yellow alert for the three coastal districts.
While parts of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi are likely to experience moderate to heavy rainfall, parts of Uttara Kannada are likely to experience light to moderate rainfall. 
Thunderstorm with lightning accompanied by gusty winds speed reaching 30-40 kmph likely at isolated places over Coastal Karnataka on May 27th and 31st. 

Weather Forecast for Canara Coast:

Dakshina Kannada : 
May  27 (10 am) to May 28 (8.30 am): Moderate/ Heavy rainfall very likely at some places. Warning: Thunder Showers with gusty wind.
May  28 (10 am) to May 29 (8.30 am): Light/Moderate rainfall very likely at some places. Warning: Nil
Udupi:
May  27 (10 am) to May 28 (8.30 am): Moderate/ Heavy rainfall very likely at some places. Warning: Thunder Showers with gusty wind.
May  28 (10 am) to May 29 (8.30 am): Light/Moderate rainfall very likely at some places. Warning: Nil
Uttara Kannada:
May  27 (10 am) to May 28 (8.30 am): Light/Moderate rainfall very likely at some places. Warning: Thunder Showers with gusty wind.
May  28 (10 am) to May 29 (8.30 am): Light rainfall very likely at some places. Warning: Nil

Weather Warning for fishermen from Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep area (For next 24 hours valid from 0600 Hours IST of 27th May 2020)

Warning: 
Karnataka Coast: Nil
Kerala Coast: Nil
Lakshadweep area: Nil
Because of likely development of a low-pressure area over the southeast and adjoining east-central Arabian Sea fishermen are advised to avoid deep-sea fishing activity over the region from May 31 to June 04, 2020. IMD is monitoring the situation and further developments will be updated periodically.
Day 1(27.05.2020): Strong wind speed reaching 40-50 kmph likely to prevail over North & Southwest Arabian Sea, northwest Bay of Bengal
Day 2(28.05.2020): Strong wind speed reaching 45-55 kmph likely to prevail over north, Southeast & Southwest Arabian Sea and Lakshadweep.

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