Heavy rain has started again in many states across the country. Due to incessant rains, normal life has been disturbed. At the same time, IMD Alert has issued an alert of heavy rain in many states.
The Meteorological Department has issued a warning of heavy rain from West Bengal to Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra. The same low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal has reached the Odisha coast and will remain so till the end of the week. Due to which a red orange alert has been issued for heavy rains in these states.
Along with this, continuous showers will continue in the state due to the animal wind system coming from the Arabian Sea. The same system is expected to move west and northwards till next week. Due to which rain will be seen in Gujarat and Rajasthan including Delhi-NCR. Apart from this, rain alert has also been issued in Karnataka, Kerala Tamil Nadu, Uttarakhand and Maharashtra Mumbai.
Rain in new delhi
The Meteorological Department has once again issued a rain warning in Delhi. In fact, light to moderate rain can be seen at many places today. In Delhi today, the minimum temperature is expected to be 27 while the maximum temperature is expected to be 35 degree Celsius on September 11. The drop in temperature will be recorded. Strong wind will blow. The effects of the weather system will be seen in these areas.
Rain in UP
A rain alert was issued in many areas of UP today. A warning of heavy rain has been issued in different parts. Yellow and orange alert of rain has been declared in East Uttar Pradesh. People’s problems are increasing due to the scorching heat in the surrounding districts including Lucknow.
On the other hand, rain alert was declared in the middle of the region with thunder and lightning in the surrounding areas including Lucknow. By September 16, the western regions of Uttar Pradesh may also see rain. In the next 24 hours, there is a possibility of rain and thundershowers in Bareilly, Pilibhit, Unnao, Lucknow, Barabanki, Gonda, Siddharth Nagar, Basti, Faizabad, Amethi, Rae Bareilly. A yellow alert has been issued for this.
Heavy rain in bihar
Apart from this, the kindness of monsoon is being seen in many districts including the capital Patna. Patna Meteorological Center issued a rain alert for the next 7 days. Apart from this, scattered rain will be seen in some areas. Also, there will be relief from the heat. On September 12, there is a possibility of an increase in intensity in the Bay of West Bengal region. Widespread rain alert has been declared in many areas on September 11 and 12.
According to the scientists of the Meteorological Center, the Monsoon Trough is passing through the low pressure area formed in West Bengal via Jaisalmer Bhopal Gondia. Due to which moderate rain has been predicted in entire Bihar. At the same time, 3 districts in which heavy rains were issued. In this, apart from Bhagalpur Banka, an orange alert was issued for rain in Jehanabad, Gaya, Nawada. Along with this, a rain alert has also been issued in Sitamarhi, Muzaffarpur, Vaishali, Samastipur, Darbhanga, Saharsa, Khagaria, Munger, Jamui, Banka, Purnia, Katihar and Kishanganj.
Orange alert in Jharkhand
Due to the low pressure area formed over the Bay of Bengal, the period of heavy rains will start again in Jharkhand. Rain may have to wait in Uttar Pradesh, while a red orange alert of rain has been declared in many districts of Jharkhand. The sky has been cloudy since morning. Heavy rain has been predicted.
On the other hand, apart from Kolhan and Santhal Parganas of Jharkhand, rain will be seen in North East Jharkhand. Apart from this, till September 17, heavy rain has also been predicted in Koyalanchal. The monsoon line is moving from north to south on one side. On the other hand, the direct impact of cyclonic circulation is seen on Jharkhand.
Red alert of heavy rain in Odisha Bengal
Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has increased the possibility of an active low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal off the coast of North Andhra Pradesh and South Orissa. At the same time, a warning of heavy rain has been issued in Odisha and West Bengal.
A Red Orange Alert has been declared for heavy rain in West Bengal, Jharkhand till September 17. While issuing a warning of heavy rain in Odisha and West Bengal till September 17, people have been advised to remain alert. Fishermen have been prohibited from going to the sea coast.
A Low Pressure Area lies over Andhra Pradesh/Odisha Coast and will likely maintain its position till the weekend. It will start entering the inland region from Monday.
Apart from this, westerly winds coming from the Arabian Sea will be connected to other systems. There will be widespread rain over Maharashtra, Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Gangetic-West Bengal during this period.
A low pressure area has become well marked over North-West Bay of Bengal and is set to intensify into a depression by Sunday morning.
On the other hand, another cyclonic circulation is extending up to the mid-troposphere level.
Rain alert in Uttarakhand Himachal
According to the Meteorological Department, an alert has been issued for today’s heavy rain in Uttarakhand. Apart from this, the problem of landslides etc. has also been expressed in many areas. In fact, due to the trough passing through Uttarakhand, these areas of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh may see heavy rains.
Red alert for heavy rain in Kerala Karnataka
Apart from this, there is a possibility of lightning with heavy rain and thundershowers in Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry Karai, Andhra Pradesh Lena tomorrow. A red alert was issued for this. Along with this, an alert of heavy rain has also been issued in North Interior Karnataka, Kerala and Mahe on Monday.
Showers in MP-CG
In May, rains will also start in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. After 2 days, there is a possibility of change of weather in these areas. Actually, due to the activation of three systems, the lines from the whole country will increase like central India. Due to which an alert of heavy rain and thundershower has been issued in these areas.
Temperature will increase in these states
Whereas many districts of Bihar including Punjab, Haryana, New Delhi and some areas of Uttar Pradesh will see a rise in temperature.
Rain in Mumbai Goa
At the same time, the Meteorological Department also issued an alert of heavy rain in Mumbai Goa Maharashtra. A yellow alert was issued for this. Along with this, there was a possibility of lightning with heavy rain and thundershowers at other places. Goa, including Madhya Maharashtra and Kokan, are also expected to receive heavy rains for the next 5 days.
Rain in eastern states
According to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), light to moderate rain and thundershowers are likely over Mumbai and its suburbs today. The northeastern part of India is also likely to receive heavy rains during the next three days. According to IMD, heavy rain and thundershower/lightning is very likely at isolated places over Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura till Tuesday. Heavy rain alert has been issued in these areas.