Udayavni Special

Heavy rains forecast in coastal Karnataka


PTI, Jun 10, 2021, 1:10 PM IST

Mangaluru: Heavy rains are likely to lash the coastal districts of Karnataka for one week starting from Thursday, the Indian meteorological department (IMD) said. A yellow alert has been sounded for Dakshina Kannada and Udupi on Thursday and Friday.

In addition, orange and red alerts are announced for Saturday and Sunday when the region is expected to receive copious amounts of rain.

The new alert is issued in the wake of the low pressure that has developed in Bay of Bengal. Scattered rains are also pouring over old Mysuru districts including the capital city Bengaluru. Cloudy weather is seen most of the day in these areas, the IMD forecast said.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Delhi riots: Court defers order on ‘immediate release’ of student activists for Thursday

British PM forced to defend India travel ban timing over Delta variant in Parliament

Ambani bomb scare case: NIA seeks custody of former cop

COVID: At least half of judges should sit on alternate days to hear those in distress, says SC

No question of leadership change: Nalin Kumar Kateel

‘Two great powers’: 1st round of talks ends at Biden-Putin summit

Cong to undertake campaign to help Covid pandemic-affected people, gather data on deceased



MUST WATCH

Udayavani 16-JUN-2021 News Bulletin

100 % sure that I was targeted in drugs case, says Ragini Dwivedi

Baby Elephant Operates Hand Pump on Its Own to Drink Water

Suresh Shetty Gulme | Success Story of Modern Cow Dairy Farming | Kannada

Complete Guide on Mango Farming | Harvesting Techniques

Latest Additions

Delhi riots: Court defers order on ‘immediate release’ of student activists for Thursday

British PM forced to defend India travel ban timing over Delta variant in Parliament

Ambani bomb scare case: NIA seeks custody of former cop

COVID: At least half of judges should sit on alternate days to hear those in distress, says SC

No question of leadership change: Nalin Kumar Kateel

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.