Heavy rain warning in Madhya Pradesh

Heavy rain warning- Monsoon update in India: Wet weather prevailed in northern India on Friday, while relentless rains in parts of Rajasthan created a flood-like situation due to the release of 1.5 lakh water cusecs from the dams. Heavy rains are forecast in Madhya Pradesh after the week-long rain stopped. IMD has issued a torrential rain warning with orange and yellow alert in 17 districts of Madhya Pradesh. Rainfall ranging from 64 to 204 mm was forecast under “orange alert” at various locations in five districts of Vidisha, Raisen, Rajgarh, Guna and Ashoknagar.

Life in Rajasthan has struck
a wall in a village in the Jhalawar district of Rajasthan after relentless rains in recent days has left a teenager dead when he fell. Heavy rains affected normal life in different areas of the Hadoti region of the state. The meteorological department forecast heavy to very heavy rains on Saturday in one or two places in the districts of Sawai Madhopur, Dholpur, Karauli and Baran.

Wet conditions prevailed in the nation’s capital and the maximum temperature was recorded at 36.7 degrees Celsius. The humidity varied from 88% to 55%. Haryana and Punjab also experienced weather conditions similar to Delhi. Gurugram recorded a temperature of 34.9 degrees Celsius.

today’s weather forecast (Heavy rain warning)

Light to moderate rains accompanied by isolated heavy rains are likely to continue over eastern parts of Rajasthan and neighboring parts of northwestern Madhya Pradesh.

Light to moderate rains accompanied by heavy isolated periods may occur over West Bengal, Vidarbha, parts of Konkan and Goa, the coast of Karnataka and Kerala, Assam and Meghalaya.

Light to moderate rains can also occur over Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, eastern Madhya Pradesh, parts of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar, Odisha, Telangana and Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Light rains are possible in one or two places over Uttar Pradesh, southern Gujarat, interior Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, parts of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi.

During the past 24 hours, light to moderate rains were recorded in isolated parts of Uttar Pradesh, while some places experienced thunderstorms.

In West Bengal, at least six districts are facing flooding due to the release of water from the dam of Damodar Valley Corporation.

Thousands of villagers from the Hooghly district have taken refuge in relief camps. Due to the cyclonic flow, heavy rains are also expected in Jharkhand and Bihar on Sunday. IMD said there could be light to heavy rains in parts of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh over the next five days.

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