Weather Update: There will be heavy rain in many states for the next 5 days, know - the latest update of the Meteorological Department
The weather pattern suddenly changed in Delhi-NCR today. Light rain has occurred in many areas, due to which the weather has become pleasant. People have got relief from the heat. Let us inform you that the Meteorological Department had already predicted a cloudy sky and light rain on Tuesday. According to the latest forecast of the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy rain in different states of the country for the next five days. According to the IMD, there will be heavy rain in West Bengal and Odisha on September 21, with some rain likely on September 22. Many parts of Rajasthan and Gujarat will receive heavy rains for the next four days. At the same time, a warning of heavy rain has been issued in Uttarakhand till September 25, while there is a possibility of heavy rain in Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, and Haryana on September 21 and 22. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy rain in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh till September 24.
According to Skymet Weather, during the next 24 hours, light to moderate rain with isolated heavy falls may occur at isolated places over Odisha, West Bengal, Gujarat, East Rajasthan, Marathwada, Telangana, Konkan, Goa. Whereas light rain in some parts of Northeast India, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, remaining parts of Rajasthan, Interior Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, and Lakshadweep. The moderate rain may occur.
According to the Meteorological Department, due to the formation of three weather systems simultaneously in Madhya Pradesh, the monsoon remains active, due to which the process of rain is continuing in the districts of the divisions adjoining Gujarat, Rajasthan. Here, on September 25, a new low-pressure area is going to form in the Bay of Bengal, due to which torrential rains will continue till the end of September.
Chances of rain in these areas of Delhi-NCR
The Meteorological Department tweeted that there will be moderate to heavy rains in the areas around Narela, Bawana, Alipore, Kanjhawala, Rohini, Badili, Pitampura, Mundka, Punjabi Bagh in Delhi. While Loni Dehat in NCR, Hindon AF Station, Ghaziabad, and Aurangabad in Haryana, in and around Hodal will receive light to moderate rain.
Although the Meteorological Department has forecast that there will be light rain at most places on Tuesday, while in the coming days, there may be an increase in rain. Due to which the Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert of moderate rain. Earlier this month, Delhi recorded the highest rainfall in September in the last 19 years, senior scientist RK Jenamani said. The rainfall on September 1 is the highest rainfall recorded in Delhi in nearly two decades.
Heavy rain expected in Uttarakhand, Yellow alert issued
According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of rain in the Kumaon and Garhwal regions of Uttarakhand. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy to very heavy rain at isolated places in Dehradun, Nainital, Champawat, Bageshwar, and Pithoragarh in the next 24 hours. The Meteorological Department has also issued a yellow alert. There may be one or two heavy spells of rain in the capital Doon and adjoining areas.
Heavy rain warning in 13 districts of MP
On September 21, the Meteorological Department has issued an alert of heavy rain in 13 districts of MP and drizzle in all the divisions. Heavy rain warning has been issued in Hoshangabad, Betul, Harda, Jhabua, Alirajpur, Barwani, Dhar, Bhind, Chhindwara, Seoni, Mandla, Shahdol and Umaria districts. Given the possibility of lightning and lightning, a yellow alert has been issued in Shahdol, Hoshangabad, Jabalpur, Gwalior, and Chambal divisions along with Barwani, Jhabua, Dhar, Alirajpur, Panna, Damoh. At the same time, heavy rain may occur at isolated places in the districts of Ujjain, Indore, Hoshangabad, and Jabalpur divisions.