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Two dead, flight overshoots runway as rains still batter Mumbai

Two dead, flight overshoots runway as rains still batter Mumbai

Mumbai: At least two persons were killed in rain-related accidents in Maharashtra's Palghar while road, rail traffic and flights were severely hit as the country's...
Schools, colleges to remain close due to incessant rains in Tamil Nadu

Schools, colleges to remain close due to incessant rains in Tamil...

Chennai:  Owing to continuous rains schools and colleges in Chennai, Kanchipuram, Tiruvallur, Pudukottai and Nagapattinam districts of Tamil Nadu were closed on Friday.The weather department...
Overnight rains, breeze bring relief in the nawabi city

Overnight rains, breeze bring relief in the nawabi city

Lucknow: Overnight rains in Lucknow and neighbouring areas have brought some relief from the humid conditions and the mercury has also dropped a few notches...
Rains: Sometimes fun, sometimes trouble but Lucknow keeps moving

Rains: Sometimes fun, sometimes trouble but Lucknow keeps moving

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Lucknow wakes up to a pleasant morning with cool breeze, rains

Lucknow wakes up to a pleasant morning with cool breeze, rains

Lucknow: Weather in the Uttar Pradesh capital and around remained pleasant for the second consecutive day on Tuesday as cool breeze blew and the humidity...
Respite from simmering heat | Breeze, rains bring relief in UP

Respite from simmering heat | Breeze, rains bring relief in UP

The maximum temperature in Lucknow on Tuesday was 35.3 degrees Celsius, which was five degrees less than normal, and the night temperature also plummeted to 28.4 degrees Celsius
India to receive 98 per cent monsoon, forecasts IMD

India to receive 98 per cent monsoon, forecasts IMD

However, the experimental forecast based on one of the models -- Monsoon Mission Coupled Forecasting System (MMCFS)-- suggests that the monsoon rainfall during 2017 would average 100 per cent over the country as a whole and was likely to be with an error estimation of plus-minus five per cent
#Good_News: Indian Meteorological Department predicts normal monsoon this year

#Good_News: Indian Meteorological Department predicts normal monsoon this year

Further explaining about why it is being called the normal monsoon, the Director General said, “Anything between 96 and 104 per cent of the Long Period Average is considered as ‘normal’. Anything under 96 per cent is considered as ‘below normal’ and 104-110 per cent of the LPA as ‘above normal’

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