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.
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.
Heavy rain continue in the country. Meanwhile, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rains in the northwestern parts, especially in Uttar Pradesh and parts of the northeast today.
The Meteorological Department has issued a seasonal bulletin for the next few days, which has predicted rains in most of the states of the country.
Scientists of the Indian Meteorological Department have said that this year India has received the highest rainfall since August 1976.
In this time country is fighting with Corona pandemic. At the same time, IMD has hinted heavy to very heavy rainfall in many parts of India.
People in the country have already lost their functioning due to the expansion of the corona virus. Now due to heavy rains and landslides happening in many places in the country, people are also suffering.
The Indian Meteorological Department has issued a very dangerous warning for the next five days. The meteorological department has given the information with the help of graphics from its Twitter handle, which states can expect the weather.