Goa To Have Sunny Skies From Today

It is forecasted that Goa will see clear blue sunny skies after last week’s unseasonal rainfalls. Whatever was causing these showers have weakened in intensity. “Based on the present situation, the thunderstorm and rainfall activity is going to reduce from February 23. Therefore, we have issued dry weather then onwards,” India meteorological department (IMD) scientist, Rahul M said.

From February 18, a trough along the west coast caused unseasonal rainfall. After that became weak, one trough from Lakshadweep and another one from the Arabian Sea led to thunderstorms in the State till February 22. Cloud formations led to rainfall in areas like Bicholim and Ponda.

“The trough at 1.3km height that persisted on Monday has weakened and the one at Lakshadweep has moved further away from the coastal lines. The impact is therefore less. As of now, there is no chance of the intense rainfall continuing further,” Rahul revealed.

You Might Also Be Interested In

Precautions to be taken at Margao Carnival
Plan to put Goan food on the global map is underway
Goa Taxis To Get Digital Fare Metres
Indoor celebrations of festivals allowed in Goa
Tourists Will Get To See How Goa’s Feni Is Made
Direct Flights Between Goa And Russia Will Start From April 14
The Sky Is Yours at IHCL, Goa
The Untold Story – How SNIP Changed The Beauty & Wellness Scene Of Goa
Goa’s Health Minister To Issue New Sop’s For Safety
42 unused Kadamba buses in Goa to be dealt with
Goa’s Water Bodies To Be Protected By Being Promoted To ‘wetland’ Status
Ten out of 30 Kadamba electric buses are being used for now
Night temperatures to remain below normal for the next 3 days
Phase 1 Of Mapusa Bus Stand To Be Completed In 6 Months
Reduced parking fee idea for charter flights to Goa happily welcomed
Goa Given Rs.300 Crores ‘Gift’ To Amp Up 60th Liberation Day Celebrations
Beach Carrying Capacity For Private Shacks Will Be Studied
Slight Chances of Rainfall In Goa
New Electric Kadamba Buses To Be Launched On 23rd March
Anchovy Discovery Puts It On The Odd-Fish List Of Goa
Public Lakes And Ponds To Be Fenced
Thick fog wraps areas in Goa
Number of helmetless riders has dropped in the State
No strict SOP’s for tourists in Goa
Temperature likely to be lower than normal in Goa
Goa to be developed to become India’s first fisheries hub
Goa Sees Lowest Amount of Covid Cases Since June 2020
The future of cultured seabass/ chonak looks good
Rumblers to be installed at Patem-Novebandh accident-prone stretch
Holy week masses in Goa to take place with SOP’s
Olive Ridley Turtle Eggs May Be Affected By The Rain
Funds requested from Centre to boost tourism
A 100 Km Of Goa’s National Highway To Be Hot Mixed
Goa State Museum to get its own place
Dabolim Airport To Get New Parking Facility
Limit Put On Rent-A-Car Permits To Reduce Traffic
People Can Now Shop With Dry Waste In Mapusa
Levels of Harmful Aerosols in Goa Decreased During Lockdown
Large Ox Rescued From 4 Feet Deep Trench
Noise Pollution Complaints From North Goa To Be Looked Into
Olive Ridley Turtles Lay Eggs At Agonda Beach
Target set to complete floating jetties in Goa by December
Goa temperature to rise by 2 degrees
New Jetty Policy to Regulate Sea Vessels
New Zuari Bridge’s Four Lanes to Be Completed By May
Light Rainfalls May Take Place in Goa
85% Of Western Bypass Completed
Highly Anticipated Goa Carnival To Take Place This Month
Yet Another Deer Rescue Takes Place In Goa
Goa’s Mopa Airport Expected To Be Completed By August 2022

For us at Planet-Goa, our team is driven by that feeling of exhilaration that one gets when discovering that something ‘unique’ and ‘new’ about Goa for our ever-so-discerning readers.

Don't miss out!
Subscribe To Newsletter

Receive top news related to Goa right in your inbox!

Invalid email address
Give it a try. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Author: Planet Goa Team
For us at Planet-Goa, our team is driven by that feeling of exhilaration that one gets when discovering that something ‘unique’ and ‘new’ about Goa for our ever-so-discerning readers.

Leave a Reply