Extremely heavy rain likely in Coastal districts till July 12

 Extremely heavy rain likely in Coastal districts till July 12
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Udupi, July 09, 2022: IMD has issued a red alert till July 12 morning indicating the Coastal districts are likely to experience heavy rain for some more days.

In the bulletin issued at 1 pm today, the IMD has warned of Extremely heavy rain in Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, and Uttara Kannada districts till 8.30 am on July 12.

The Coastal region is experiencing heavy rain since July 1.

In the last 24 hours, Mulki in Dakshina Kannada district received the highest rainfall in the state.

Heavy rainfall amounts (in cm): Castle Rock (Uttara Kannada dt), Bhagamandala (Kodagu dt), Jayapura (Chikkamagaluru dt) 11 each; Belthangadi, Subramanya (both Dakshina Kannada dt), Udupi, Manki (Uttara Kannada dt) 10 each; Dharmasthala (Dakshina Kannada dt), Kundapura (Udupi dt), Shirali, Siddapura (Uttara Kannada dt), Sampaje (Kodagu dt) 9 each; Mangaluru Airport, Sulya (Dakshina Kannada dt), Koppa (Chikkamagaluru dt) 8 each; Panambur, Bantwal (Dakshina Kannada dt), Gerusoppa, Kadra (both Uttara Kannada dt), Napoklu (Kodagu dt), Sagara (Shivamogga dt), Balehonnur (Chikkamagaluru dt) 7 each.

Very heavy rainfall amounts (in cm): Mulki (Dakshina Kannada dt) 19; Karkala (Udupi dt) 15; Kota (Udupi dt), Sringeri (Chikkamagaluru dt) 14 each; Mudibidre (Dakshina Kannada dt), Siddapura (Udupi dt), Tumari (Shivamogga dt) 13 each.

Fisheries Warning: Strong wind with a speed reaching 45-55 Kmph is likely to prevail along and off the Karnataka coast.
High Wave Warning (Issued by INCOIS Karnataka) High waves in the range of 3.5 – 4.0 meters are predicted till 2330 hours of 10-07-2022 along the coast from Mangalore to Karwar of Karnataka coast. Current speeds vary between 50 – 70 cm/sec. Fishermen are advised not to venture into the sea.

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