India Weather Monsoon Update: Monsoon Season is active in many parts of the country and there is a rainy season. At the same time, some places have started feeling the heat due to lack of rain. After the sultry summer in Delhi-NCR, it finally rained on Wednesday. This has given a lot of relief from the heat. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of rain in Delhi from 4 to 6 August. On Tuesday, people were upset due to the increase in heat and humidity due to strong sunlight. On Wednesday also the sultry heat had increased, but after the rain the weather became pleasant and people got a lot of relief.
Light rain has also been predicted in Delhi-NCR on August 5-6 and rain on August 7 to 8. On the other hand, after the good rains in the month of July, the faces of the farmers of Punjab, Haryana are in bloom. In Punjab’s Ferozepur 112 percent, Muktsar 88, Mohali 75 percent more rain has been recorded.
Chance of rain in Madhya Pradesh
In many parts of Madhya Pradesh too, people’s trouble has increased due to rains and floods. However, in many places, sultry heat was also seen for the last 2 days. The Meteorological Department has once again predicted lightning with rain in many parts of the state including Bhopal. Light to moderate rain has been predicted in all the divisions. According to the Meteorological Department, the monsoon will remain active in the state for the next two days. During August 5 to 6, 2022, most places in East Madhya Pradesh will receive rain. There is a possibility of heavy rain with thunderstorms in many parts with lightning.
In which districts of MP it rains
Monsoon will return to its normal position in Madhya Pradesh by August 5. Due to this there is a possibility of heavy rain in Jabalpur division. At the same time, there is a situation of water logging in many areas due to the earlier rains. There is a possibility of rain at Ujjain, Indore, Khargone, Khandwa, Mandsaur, Chhindwara, Jabalpur, Balaghat, Guna, Gwalior and other places of Madhya Pradesh.
Rainfall in many places of Maharashtra
According to the Meteorological Center Mumbai, there is a possibility of light to heavy rains in many areas of Konkan, North, South and Central Maharashtra, Marathwada and Vidarbha. Yellow alert has been issued in view of the possibility of rain in Nashik, Pune, Ahmednagar, Jalgaon, Kolhapur, Satara, Sangli, Solapur, Aurangabad, Latur. According to the Meteorological Department, rain will continue in different parts of Maharashtra till August 6.
Trouble due to rain in Kerala too
There is a possibility of rain in many parts of Karnataka. Due to the rain in Bangalore, many places in the city were waterlogged. In many districts of Kerala, many people died in different parts of the state due to incessant rains and house collapse incidents. Thousands of people have been shifted to relief camps amid landslides, rise in water level. The number of people who lost their lives in rain-related incidents in the state since July 31 has risen to more than 12. In the wake of floods and other calamities, the state government has opened 95 relief camps across Kerala, where hundreds of affected people have been evacuated.
Chance of rain in many districts of Himachal
During the last 24 hours in Himachal Pradesh, the Southwest Monsoon has shown weak over the state. The Meteorological Department has predicted rain to continue in many parts of the state till August 4. At the same time, for August 5 and August 6, a yellow alert has been issued for heavy rain again in the plains, central and high mountain areas. Barring Lahaul-Spiti, heavy rain alert has been issued for most of the districts. Light to moderate rain will continue in the state on August 7 and 8. Debris reached the fields in Bhujlig village of Multhan in Kangra’s state, due to which the crops were badly damaged.
Bad condition due to rain in many parts of Assam
Heavy rain is in bad shape in many parts of Assam. There is water everywhere. Due to the rains in Dhemaji district of Assam, the farmers have suffered heavy losses. Kameria Bridge in Dhemaji district of Assam has submerged in water. Rain water has engulfed Khana Krishnapur in Dhemaji district. The boat has started running in the village. One had to take the help of boat to go inside the village. There is knee-deep water outside people’s houses. In such a situation, women, children and old people have to go through water every day for their needs. The people facing the flood-affected people allege that they are not getting government help.
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