Central Meteorological Department has announced yellow alert in Alappuzha, Ernakulam, Thrissur, Kozhikode and Kannur districts tomorrow.
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Isolated heavy rains are predicted in the districts where orange alert has been declared. Heavy rainfall is also predicted here with 115.6 mm to 204.4 mm rainfall in 24 hours.
Isolated heavy rain is predicted in the districts where yellow alert has been declared. Heavy rains mean rainfall of 64.5 mm to 115.5 mm in 24 hours.
Heavy rains can create hazards. If the rainfall continues in the areas that have received heavy rains in the past few days, there is a possibility of landslides, landslides, mountain floods and water logging in low-lying areas and cities. Public and government systems are also advised to exercise extreme caution. Instructions for the general public have also been released.
Special instructions to the general public
Those who are in areas prone to landslides, landslides and mountain floods should move to a safer place in mountainous areas receiving heavy rains. People should be ready to move during the day.
Under no circumstances should one cross rivers or enter rivers or other bodies of water for bathing, fishing or other purposes during heavy rains.
Viewing, taking selfies or gathering on the overpasses above water bodies is not allowed.
Avoid night travel to hilly area completely.
Relief camps will be set up in advance in case of heavy rains in the districts where orange alert has been declared. Information about the building found for the relief camp in their area should be known in advance from the concerned revenue-local authority and the safe route to it should be understood.
People who live in unsealed houses and those who live in houses with weak roofs should be especially careful because of the possibility of strong winds. Those who are in danger should contact the authorities and evacuate to safe places as a precautionary measure.
Trees/posts/boards, walls etc. standing in danger in private and public spaces should be secured and trees should be trimmed. Dangerous conditions should be brought to the attention of the authorities.
People living in danger zones should be careful as the storm surge is likely to be strong along various coasts. At the necessary stage should be moved. Fishing equipment should be kept safe.
There is a risk of accidents due to broken medical lines. Therefore, before stepping into the puddles in the alleys and footpaths, it should be ensured that there is no risk of electric shock. Those who go to work early in the morning, children who go to classes etc. should pay special attention to this. Inform KSEB on 1056 if you notice any danger of power lines.
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Taluk and District Control Rooms are functioning 24*7 hours in all the districts of Kerala. Toll-free numbers 1077 and 1070 can be contacted for help in case of danger.
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