Delhi-NCR had recorded a deficit of 49 per cent in monsoon rains in the first three weeks of September. However, in just two days on Thursday and Friday, Badra rained in such a way that the deficiency of the entire month was filled. At the same time, there has been a sudden flood situation in many districts of Uttar Pradesh, which are facing drought due to lack of rain.
According to the Meteorological Department, a low level cyclone condition is prevailing over entire south and west Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and NCR. Due to this, torrential rains are occurring in these areas, due to which normal life has been disturbed. The Meteorological Department has forecast that rain will continue in UP, Delhi-NCR, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh for the next 48 hours. An orange alert has been issued for Uttarakhand till September 25. A yellow alert has also been issued in Delhi on Saturday.
Schools in many districts of Uttar Pradesh will remain closed on Saturday due to torrential rains . Holiday instructions have been given in Gautam Budh Nagar, Ghaziabad, Hapur and Bulandshahr up to class VIII.
According to the department, there will be rain on Saturday as well. There is a possibility of heavy rain at some places. The department has issued a yellow alert regarding this. The maximum temperature can remain up to 27 and the minimum 22 degree Celsius. The rains will continue for the next day as well and light to moderate rain may occur at some places.