IMD predicts heavy rain in the central and western regions of the country
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has estimated damage to crops by forecasting heavy rains during the second fortnight of September in the central and western regions of the country important for summer harvest.
Preparations for heavy rains are expected in many parts of the country soon. Fears of heavy crop losses are being expressed in the last two weeks of September. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has estimated damage to crops by forecasting heavy rain during the second fortnight of September in the central and western regions of the country important for summer harvest.
IMD predicts heavy rain:
Even before this, IMD has warned about this, but after the pressure of rain, suddenly weather changed its stand. Now once again the IMD has claimed that the effect of rain can show in most parts of the country.
Encouraged by the good monsoon rains, farmers have cultivated crops such as paddy, maize, cotton, soybean and sugarcane on a record scale. Due to the impact of the monsoon, heavy rainfall occurred in some places in North Bihar and North East Bihar in the last 24 hours.
Rain in Bay of Bengal region:
According to the meteorological center, heavy rains are expected in the next 24 hours in the lowland areas of Nepal. There is a low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal region, due to which thunderstorms and thunderstorms along with rain are expected in the next 24 hours.
According to meteorologists, about 70 percent of the rain in the country is due to monsoon winds. But this time the weather is not moving at its own pace. Suddenly, the weather is changing after the monsoon is formed. In the first month of the rainy season, the monsoon was quite active in June and saw about 17 percent more rain than the average, but July saw 10 percent less rain than the average.