Meteorological Department predicts heavy rain for next 4-5 days

Although the impact of monsoon has reduced in the last few days, but the Indian Meteorological Department has predicted very heavy rains in some states for the next three to four days from today.

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Meteorological Department predicts heavy rain for next 4-5 days

New Delhi: Although the impact of monsoon has reduced in the last few days, but the Indian Meteorological Department has predicted very heavy rains in some states for the next three to four days from today. At the same time, an alert has also been issued. There is a possibility of torrential rain in many states, while light rain is likely in some areas.

Heavy Rain for next four five days:

According to the Indian Meteorological Department, today i.e. from September 12, heavy rains are expected in many states of the country for the next three-four days. In such a situation, people can once again face floods and other problems, as the Meteorological Department has issued an alert. At the same time, the rains in these states will also provide relief from the heat and humidity.

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Rain in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra:

According to the forecast, heavy rains will be recorded over Maharashtra and West Madhya Pradesh on September 14 and 15. There is a possibility of heavy rains in North Madhya Pradesh and Delhi from 16 to 18 September. Monsoon will start again in western Rajasthan from September 15.

Heavy rains are expected from Delhi on 21 September. Between 13 and 18 September, the effect of monsoon will be seen on the states of Central India.

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According to the Meteorological Department, heavy to very heavy rainfall was recorded in many parts of the states of West Bengal, Sikkim, coastal Karnataka and Kerala this monsoon. Apart from this, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, eastern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Gujarat, coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal received slightly less but torrential rains.

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