- ‘Orange Alert’ for Mumbai between Wednesday and Friday
- Rain warning for Nainital and Pithoragarh district on 21st and 22nd July
- Rain forecast in many parts of the state during 24 hours in UP
Monsoon has definitely arrived in Delhi-NCR with a delay but it is fully active for the last 3 days. The Meteorological Department says that there is a possibility of rain in Delhi NCR for the next two days. The Zonal Meteorological Center in UP says that it will be cloudy and rain in Lucknow. The Meteorological Department has issued a warning of heavy rain in the city including Sitapur, Hardoi, Kanpur Dehat, Kanpur Nagar, Unnao and adjoining districts. In Maharashtra, a ‘red alert’ of rain has been issued for five districts including Raigad and Pune. In Uttarakhand, there is a rain warning for Nainital and Pithoragarh districts. The water level of rivers has increased due to heavy rains in Bihar.
Rain in Delhi-NCR for the next two days
The department has forecast a generally cloudy sky with light rain or thundershowers during the day. Delhi on Tuesday recorded a minimum temperature of 27.2 degrees Celsius, a few notches below normal. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert. Skymet Weather Vice President Mahesh Palawat said in the morning that there will be no heavy rain in Delhi now. Light to moderate rain will occur at some places.
UP: Rain will continue till July 23
Monsoon has become fully active in Uttar Pradesh and during the last 24 hours, most parts of the state received heavy rains. According to the report of the Zonal Meteorological Center, the southwest monsoon has become fully active in the state. During the last 24 hours, rain occurred at many places over the eastern parts of the state while most of the western parts of the state. Rain is expected in many parts of the state during the next 24 hours. This trend is likely to continue till July 23. JP Gupta, director of the Zonal Meteorological Center, said that the city will remain cloudy and rain on Wednesday. The Meteorological Department has issued a warning of heavy rain in the city including Sitapur, Hardoi, Kanpur Dehat, Kanpur Nagar, Unnao and adjoining districts.
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Rain alert issued for five districts of Maharashtra
The India Meteorological Department on Tuesday issued a ‘red alert’ of rain for five districts of Maharashtra, including Raigad and Pune. The department said that in the next two days, very heavy rains may occur at some places in these districts. The Meteorological Department has issued an ‘Orange Alert’ for Mumbai between Wednesday and Friday, according to which heavy to very heavy rains may occur. According to IMD’s Mumbai center, very heavy rains are likely over Pune, Raigad, Ratnagiri, Kolhapur and Satara.
Uttarakhand: Rain warning in Nainital, Pithoragarh, alert issued
Rain continues in Uttarakhand for three consecutive days. Due to the incessant rains, there are reports of boulders falling on the vehicles in the mountains, due to their getting swept away and the hills cracking on the vehicles. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for Nainital and Pithoragarh districts on July 21 and 22 as well.
Himachal Pradesh: Rain forecast for the next three days
Monsoon is very active in Himachal Pradesh for the last three days. Meteorological Department Director Surendra Pal said that the situation will remain the same in the state for the next 36 hours. There will be a decrease later. After July 26, heavy to very heavy rains will continue in the state.
Bihar: Water level of rivers increased due to heavy rains
Bihar’s Darbhanga, Madhubani, Muzaffarpur and Motihari have received torrential rains in the last 24 hours. Due to the rains, the water level of rivers has increased in many districts of North Bihar. Due to this, there is a danger of flooding in the surrounding areas. Koshi, Bagmati and Kamala rivers have crossed the danger mark in many areas in the state.
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Rajasthan: Light to moderate rain forecast
Monsoon rains are continuing in Rajasthan where heavy to very heavy rainfall has been recorded at many places in the last 24 hours. The highest rainfall of 143 mm was recorded in Sawai Madhopur. According to the Meteorological Department, only light to moderate rain is expected at isolated places on July 21-22. The weather is expected to remain almost dry in the remaining parts. There is a possibility of light to moderate rain at isolated places in Ganganagar, Hanumangarh districts in the next two days. At the same time, there will be an increase in rain activities on July 22-23 at some places of Kota, Udaipur, Jodhpur divisions of the state.
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Karnataka: Rain likely from July 20 to 24
Rain is expected to continue in Karnataka for four days. IMD Bangalore Director CS Patil said that a low pressure area is very likely to form over north-west Bay of Bengal on July 23. Under this effect, the coastal areas of the state are likely to receive widespread rainfall from July 20 to 24.