Panaji (Goa) [India], September 30 (ANI): Following excessive rainfall in Goa, the state government-appointed lifesaving agency, Drishti Marine, has advised beachgoers to not venture into the rough seas.
The advisory has been issued on account of the excessive rainfall in the state caused by a combination of cyclonic meteorological conditions in Karnataka and surrounding areas, as stated by the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
The meteorological agency has said that heavy rain is expected in Goa over the next three days, making sea conditions challenging, with water levels rising and under-water currents intensifying along the coastal belt and a low-pressure belt forming over the East Central Arabian Sea off the south Konkan-Goa beaches.
Owing to the cyclonic conditions in the Arabian Sea, Drishti Marine advises people not to venture into the sea due to high water levels and rough water conditions observed along Goa’s coastline. (ANI)
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