IMD issues high alert: North India likely to receive heavy Rain for next 3 days

In many parts of the country, there is flood situation due to continuous rains. However, many parts of the country are still waiting for rain

Heavy Rain Alert

New Delhi: In many parts of the country, there is flood situation due to continuous rains. However, many parts of the country are still waiting for rain. According to the information of the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of light intensity rain in Agra and surrounding areas.

From 29 to 30 July, there may be rain in different parts of the country. On the other hand, heavy rains have started in Maharashtra.

 

Heavy rain in Delhi: IMD issues alert

The Meteorological Department has given good news to Delhiites. Delhi will receive heavy rains on 29 and 30 July. The Meteorological Department said that water in the low-lying areas and roads may get flooded, which can affect the supply of electricity and water. ‘Delhi-NCR will receive heavy rainfall once or twice in the evening of 29 and 30 July.

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Mercury plummets as rain lashes Haryana and Punjab

During this period, winds from the Arabian Sea to the south and Bengal will move eastwards which will reach Haryana, Delhi-NCR, Western Uttar Pradesh and North-Eastern Rajasthan. Due to this, heavy to very heavy rains may occur in these areas. The monsoon is likely to go south from July 29.

Along with this, heavy rains are expected in many places of Himachal, Uttarakhand, West Uttar Pradesh and Eastern Uttar Pradesh from 29 to 31 July. Along with this, there is a possibility of rain in Bihar, Rajasthan, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh Mizoram and Nagaland.

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A tough situation in Assam:

The Indian Meteorological Department has released forecast of heavy rain till August 1 in Nepal and North Bihar. Due to the rains, the problems of people already facing the floods in North Bihar will increase further. The embankments at two dozen places are under heavy pressure due to the rise of seven rivers in North Bihar and there is a danger of their breaking.

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