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telegraphindia.com 14 Sep, 2021 16:30 am

Tuesday's gone with the rain...

Tuesday's gone with the rain...
Snapshots of the city on a wet day

The city woke up to a gloomy sky and incessant rain on Tuesday Amit Datta/My Kolkata ADVERTISEMENT 2/7 According to an IMD alert on Tuesday morning, a deep depression over north Odisha and north Chhattisgarh will cause heavy showers in Kolkata for 24 hours Amit Datta/My Kolkata 3/7 The IMD has predicted the deep depression will move to Madhya Pradesh in the next 48 hours after turning into a depression Amit Datta/My Kolkata ADVERTISEMENT 4/7 The system was expected to trigger heavy rain in Kolkata on Monday but the rainy spells were mostly restricted to drizzle Amit Datta/My Kolkata 5/7 The rain brought down the mercury on Monday, when the minimum temperature was 29.7 degrees Celsius, three notches below normal Amit Datta/My Kolkata 6/7 The Alipore weather office recorded 10mm of rain in the city on Monday Amit Datta/My Kolkata 7/7 In August, Kolkata logged a record 34 per cent rain deficit Arranged by My Kolkata p21, 05:52 PM 1/7 Commuters wait in the rain for transport on VIP Road on Tuesday morning.

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