Photos: Cyclone Kyarr and Northeast monsoon bring rain to coastal India

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Saturday predicted that isolated places over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya and Nagaland are likely to receive heavy rainfall today. The weather forecast agency further predicted that few places over Mizoram, Tripura, Telangana, Coastal Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karaikal, Kerala and Mahe are also likely to witness heavy rains. The IMD further stated that the Cyclonic Storm "KYARR" over the east-central Arabian Sea which had moved north-northeastwards with a speed of 4 kmph during the past six hours, intensified into a Severe Cyclonic Storm.

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Women stand along the shore of Marina beach, in Chennai, on October 21. Heavy rains have been lashing several parts of south India as the North East monsoon turned active this week. Karnataka and Kerala are battling floods as rivers flowing through the states have swelled up after heavy downpour in the region, prompting an orange alert by the MeT department . (PTI)

Women stand along the shore of Marina beach, in Chennai, on October 21. Heavy rains have been lashing several parts of south India as the North East monsoon turned active this week. Karnataka and Kerala are battling floods as rivers flowing through the states have swelled up after heavy downpour in the region, prompting an orange alert by the MeT department . (PTI)

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A Shiva temple is seen submerged in floodwater following the release of excess water from Prakasam Barrage at Tadepalli in Guntur District, on October 25. Crops in several hundred acres remained inundated in Guntur and Krishna districts of Andhra Pradesh due to a sudden flood surge in river Krishna in the last two days, officials said on Friday. No loss of life was reported. (PTI)

A Shiva temple is seen submerged in floodwater following the release of excess water from Prakasam Barrage at Tadepalli in Guntur District, on October 25. Crops in several hundred acres remained inundated in Guntur and Krishna districts of Andhra Pradesh due to a sudden flood surge in river Krishna in the last two days, officials said on Friday. No loss of life was reported. (PTI)

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Vehicles trapped under a tree due to Cyclone 'Kyarr' activity in Goa on Friday. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued ‘yellow alert’ for Saturday and predicted heavy rainfall over north and south Goa districts. The IMD further stated, squally wind speed reaching 55-65 kmph gusting to 75 kmph is likely to prevail along and off Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Raigad districts of Maharashtra and Goa during next 12 hours. (Atish Naik / ANI)

Vehicles trapped under a tree due to Cyclone 'Kyarr' activity in Goa on Friday. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued ‘yellow alert’ for Saturday and predicted heavy rainfall over north and south Goa districts. The IMD further stated, squally wind speed reaching 55-65 kmph gusting to 75 kmph is likely to prevail along and off Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Raigad districts of Maharashtra and Goa during next 12 hours. (Atish Naik / ANI)

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Damage due to landslides at Male Mahadeshwara Hills, in Bengaluru. As many as 2,155 people lost their lives this monsoon season in rains and floods, which affected more than 26 lakh people in 22 states, Union Home Ministry officials said on Friday. Nearly 20,000 animals were lost across the country in the heavy rains and floods, which fully damaged over 4 lakh houses and destroyed 14.09 lakh hectares of crops. (ANI)

Damage due to landslides at Male Mahadeshwara Hills, in Bengaluru. As many as 2,155 people lost their lives this monsoon season in rains and floods, which affected more than 26 lakh people in 22 states, Union Home Ministry officials said on Friday. Nearly 20,000 animals were lost across the country in the heavy rains and floods, which fully damaged over 4 lakh houses and destroyed 14.09 lakh hectares of crops. (ANI)

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Kulung and Titising affected by mudslide due to heavy rain in Odisha on Thursday. A thunderstorm accompanied by lightning is very likely at places Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Madhya Maharashtra, Marathwada, coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam. The IMD has predicted that even isolated places over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya and Nagaland are likely to receive heavy rainfall today. (ANI)

Kulung and Titising affected by mudslide due to heavy rain in Odisha on Thursday. A thunderstorm accompanied by lightning is very likely at places Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Madhya Maharashtra, Marathwada, coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam. The IMD has predicted that even isolated places over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya and Nagaland are likely to receive heavy rainfall today. (ANI)

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Ernakulam in Kerala inundated by N.Eastern monsoon onset. In Kerala, the river Pamba at Thumpamon and river Kaveri at Palakdavu were flowing above their danger mark mid-week. The former was flowing 10.55 metres above its danger level of 10 metres and the latter 0.73 metres above its danger mark of 6.9 metres. Fishermen have been warned not to go out to sea. (V Sivaram / HT Photo)

Ernakulam in Kerala inundated by N.Eastern monsoon onset. In Kerala, the river Pamba at Thumpamon and river Kaveri at Palakdavu were flowing above their danger mark mid-week. The former was flowing 10.55 metres above its danger level of 10 metres and the latter 0.73 metres above its danger mark of 6.9 metres. Fishermen have been warned not to go out to sea. (V Sivaram / HT Photo)

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Voters walk through a submerged area in front of voting booth in Sangli on Monday. It was a wet and cloudy Monday morning in parts of Maharashtra where voting for the Assembly polls was held this week. In Western Maharashtra, Kolhapur and Satara witnessed thunder and rain last Sunday, while other parts of the state like Sangli, Nashik, Pune, Ratnagiri and Aurangabad reported medium intensity showers. (Uday Deolekar / HT Photo)

Voters walk through a submerged area in front of voting booth in Sangli on Monday. It was a wet and cloudy Monday morning in parts of Maharashtra where voting for the Assembly polls was held this week. In Western Maharashtra, Kolhapur and Satara witnessed thunder and rain last Sunday, while other parts of the state like Sangli, Nashik, Pune, Ratnagiri and Aurangabad reported medium intensity showers. (Uday Deolekar / HT Photo)

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Akin to Maharashtra, by-polls were also held in five constituencies of Kerala-- Vatiyoorkavu, Aroor, Konni, Ernakulam and Manjeswaram on Monday. Voters braved waterlogging to exercise their franchise even as all government and private schools in Kochi remained closed. (PTI)

Akin to Maharashtra, by-polls were also held in five constituencies of Kerala-- Vatiyoorkavu, Aroor, Konni, Ernakulam and Manjeswaram on Monday. Voters braved waterlogging to exercise their franchise even as all government and private schools in Kochi remained closed. (PTI)

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Residents salvage their household items after a house collapsed following rains, in Chikmagalur district of Karnataka. The effects of cyclone Kyarr passing along the coast of Karnataka have been felt in Dakshina Kannada district with the entire region experiencing heavy rains throughout Thursday night and intermittently on Friday. Trees were uprooted in gusty winds, damaging houses in many places. (PTI)

Residents salvage their household items after a house collapsed following rains, in Chikmagalur district of Karnataka. The effects of cyclone Kyarr passing along the coast of Karnataka have been felt in Dakshina Kannada district with the entire region experiencing heavy rains throughout Thursday night and intermittently on Friday. Trees were uprooted in gusty winds, damaging houses in many places. (PTI)

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Onlookers watch after a car slid from a bridge to a stream near Chikmagalur on Friday. Parts of Karnataka have faced a deluge for second time in two months and the toll since last week rose to 13. The second spell of downpour since October 18 damaged around 10,000 houses and rendering over 7,000 people homeless in 16 districts, including Belagavi in north Karnataka which bore the brunt of the flood fury in August. (PTI)

Onlookers watch after a car slid from a bridge to a stream near Chikmagalur on Friday. Parts of Karnataka have faced a deluge for second time in two months and the toll since last week rose to 13. The second spell of downpour since October 18 damaged around 10,000 houses and rendering over 7,000 people homeless in 16 districts, including Belagavi in north Karnataka which bore the brunt of the flood fury in August. (PTI)

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