IMD Alert : Orange alert of heavy rain in 15 states, temperature will increase in 3 states, know details

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IMD Alert : Orange alert of heavy rain in 15 states, temperature will increase in 3 states, know details
IMD Alert : Orange alert of heavy rain in 15 states, temperature will increase in 3 states, know details

After recording heavy rain in the country, now the return of early monsoon can be seen. Rain continues in many states of the country. At the same time, the Meteorological Department (IMD Alert) issued a forecast of heavy rain in many states. According to the Meteorological Department, the situation of rain will remain strong for 5 days in the northeastern states including the eastern.

Yellow Red Alert has been declared for heavy rain in these areas. Along with this, there is also a possibility of strong wind. Apart from this, the process of rain can also be seen in the mountainous states. Changes in the weather are also visible in the capital.

Rain in Delhi

In the capital Delhi, the mood of the weather changed for the last few days, the people of the city have got relief from the heat. There are clouds in the sky. Moderate rain has also been predicted on 20 September. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be dark clouds in the sky. The minimum temperature in Delhi is 24 while the maximum temperature can be recorded at 33 degree Celsius. A 2 percent drop in temperature will be recorded. Apart from this, the process of Bahar will continue till evening.

Rain in UP

In many districts of Uttar Pradesh, a strong wind alert was issued due to heavy rains. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of rain with strong winds in many areas of Northwest UP today. The India Meteorological Department on Monday and Tuesday issued a forecast of rain and strong winds in many districts, stating conditions favorable for the withdrawal of southwest monsoon, including Uttar Pradesh.

Today, there is a possibility of rain in many districts of East and West Uttar Pradesh. The Meteorological Department has said that low pressure areas have formed in many areas. It will be cloudy in many places, a drop of two to three percent in the temperature will be recorded. Conditions remain favorable ahead of withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon. Apart from Chhattisgarh, an alert of heavy rain has been issued in eastern Uttar Pradesh. People have been advised to remain alert and alert till September 22.

Rain in these areas of Bihar

Heavy rain warning has also been issued in many districts of Bihar. An alert has been issued for this. The Meteorological Department has advised people to be alert. Actually, the effect of monsoon will be visible in many areas of Bihar for 5 days. However, after this the activity of monsoon will be completely over. Moderate rain has also predicted heavy rain in some areas. Forecasts have been made regarding the cloud version. Monsoon conditions will continue till the end of September. There are signs of monsoon in active phase. There is a possibility of rain in many areas till 30 September. However, rain will continue in Muzaffarpur and districts of North India.

Rain in Jharkhand

The low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal off Orissa and West Bengal is getting stronger. Due to which the possibility of rain has been expressed in many districts of Jharkhand from Orissa, West Bengal itself. According to the Meteorological Department, many parts of Jharkhand may see drizzle in the late evening, although the sky will remain cloudy, there is a possibility of strong wind. Till September 22, a red alert has been declared in the Palamu division, while the central part of the capital and the adjoining parts of the heavy rain. Apart from this, the rains will continue in the areas till September 27.

Rain in Odisha and West Bengal

The Meteorological Department has also issued a warning of heavy rain in Odisha. Due to the turn of the cyclonic circulation in the Bay of Bengal into a low pressure, rain has been recorded in different parts of Orissa on Monday. Apart from this, the Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in 12 districts of Odisha. According to the Meteorological Department, till Thursday, heavy rain and thunderstorm warnings have been issued in the entire state. A red alert has been declared for this.

Less rain likely in areas, temperature will increase

In fact, due to the decrease in the activity of the weather system, the anti-cyclonic flow of North-West India is also going to change. Due to which there is a possibility of less rain in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi including West Rajasthan within 5 days. The Meteorological Department has also issued an alert of increase in temperature in these areas. At the same time, in some areas of Madhya Pradesh, an increase of two to three percent can be seen in the temperature. Here, there is a possibility of increase in temperature once again in Kerala, Karnataka.

Rain snowfall in mountain states

Talking about the hill states, soon there will be a cold knock in the country. The process of snowfall has started in the hill state. On the other hand, due to the snowfall from North India, once again this snowfall will be helpful in increasing the cold in the country. With the operation of cold winds, Delhi and North-East states can see cold knock soon.

Rain alert in Hyderabad Telangana

Light to moderate rain is very likely at many places over North and Northeast districts of Telangana in Hyderabad and heavy to very likely over North West districts

Weather system

  • A Low Pressure Area is persisting over Northwest Bay of Bengal off North Odisha-West Bengal Coast and has an associated Cyclonic Circulation.
  • It is very likely to move northwestwards towards North Odisha-West Bengal coast and become more marked during next 12 hours.
  • In addition, a cyclonic circulation is located in the south-north
  • It is located over the central parts of the state, while a Western Disturbance is seen as a trough which moves north of latitude 65°E along 28°N.
  • In the last 24 hours, a low pressure area has received moderate to heavy rains over most parts of Odisha.
  • Peripherals of the system have caused weather activity over parts of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
  • Further advance, the weather activities will extend over the central region covering Uttar Pradesh and Vidarbha and on both sides.
  • As the Southwest Monsoon is approaching the withdrawal time from some parts of Northwest India in the next few days, these Monsoon systems will not move beyond Central UP.
  • These systems will have a tendency to turn and move near the foothills of the plains of East and Central Uttar Pradesh.