Weather Update: IMD alert in UP, Bihar, Uttarakhand, rain will continue in Delhi-NCR

Publish Date: 21 Jul, 2022 |
 

Heavy rains have disrupted life in many parts of the country. Many states are experiencing flooding. Today, many states in North India have issued heavy rain warnings. The Meteorological Department predicts torrential rains in most parts of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, and Himachal Pradesh. The Meteorological Department predicts heavy rain in many parts of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and Bihar. While heavy rain is expected in Uttarakhand and Maharashtra over the next three days.

At the same time, heavy rains have caused extensive damage in Maharashtra and Gujarat. Aside from this, rain has caused havoc in states such as Odisha, Assam, and Telangana. Landslides have become more common in hilly areas as a result of the constant rain. There have also been reports of rocks slipping in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jammu and Kashmir in recent days. As a result, movement has been hampered. Meanwhile, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh have been warned of heavy rains by the Meteorological Department.

Heavy rain expected in Delhi-NCR for three days

On Thursday, Delhi will be cloudy throughout the day. Rainfall will be light to moderate. People will be able to escape the sweltering heat. The high and low temperatures are expected to be 35 and 27 degrees Celsius, respectively. The Meteorological Department predicts that the weather will remain the same for the next three days.

Yellow alert for heavy rain in 38 districts of Uttar Pradesh

There is a possibility of moderate to heavy rains in most parts of Uttar Pradesh until July 24. On Thursday, an orange alert was issued in Hamirpur for heavy rain and thunderstorms. A yellow alert has also been issued for heavy rains in 38 districts. Rain is possible in several areas, including Lucknow, Kanpur, Prayagraj, Gorakhpur, Ayodhya, and Meerut, Uttar Pradesh's capital. It is possible that rain will fall in Agra, Meerut, Moradabad, Banda, Chitrakoot, Kaushambi, Prayagraj, Pratapgarh, Mirzapur, Varanasi, Chandauli, Sant Ravi Das Nagar, Jaunpur, Ballia, Ghazipur, Maharajganj, Siddharth Nagar, Farrukhabad, Kannauj, Aligarh, Lakhimpur K

Heavy rain and thunderstorm alert in these 10 districts of Bihar

The monsoon has returned to Bihar. On Thursday, the Meteorological Department issued a warning of heavy rain and thunderstorms in ten districts of the state. People have been advised not to leave their homes during inclement weather. Bettiah, Motihari, Gopalganj, Siwan, Supaul, Araria, Kishanganj, Purnia, Katihar, and Bhagalpur may experience heavy rain and lightning. Thunderstorm warnings have been issued in the remaining eight districts.


Heavy rain warning for three days in Uttarakhand

From July 21 to 23, heavy rains are expected in Bageshwar, Nainital, and Pithoragarh, according to the Meteorological Department. The department has issued an orange vigilance alert. Rain is expected in most areas on Thursday, according to the Meteorological Department. According to Bikram Singh, director of the State Meteorological Center, heavy rain may fall in Nainital, Bageshwar, and Pithoragarh districts. Light to moderate rain is expected in isolated areas of Champawat, Almora, and Udham Singh Nagar. The maximum and minimum temperatures may rise slightly.

Rain and thunderstorm  warning in Punjab

Because of the active monsoon in Punjab, a rain and thunderstorm warning has been issued for all districts on Thursday. According to the Meteorological Department's forecast, cloudy weather will prevail throughout the day in all districts of the state. Any damage caused by the heavy rain and winds will be monitored.


Heavy rain warning in Himachal Pradesh, Yellow alert issued

On Thursday, rain is expected in most parts of Himachal Pradesh. The Meteorological Department in the state has issued a yellow alert until July 24. Rain is now thought to be better for agriculture and horticulture. Intermittent rain will continue this week, according to the Meteorological Department.


 

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