Heavy rains expected to lash West Bengal
Kolkata: West Bengal is likely to experience heavy rainfall over the next two days, Met officials said Wednesday.
Officials at the Alipur Met Office here said most districts of the state will witness moderate to heavy rains while southern parts of Bengal will receive the maximum rain from Wednesday to Friday.
Wind will be "generally light" and Thursday night is forecast to be the wettest.
Several areas of the eastern metropolis were Tuesday night water-logged following a downpour, causing traffic snarls.
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