Weather Report: Due to heavy rain in Delhi, warnings of heavy rains in these states

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Weather Report: Due to heavy rain in Delhi-NCR, the thickness of many areas, warnings of heavy rains in these states

Rainfall in the Delhi-NCR rainy evening took place on Thursday evening. The Meteorological Department had already predicted rainfall forecast. It is clear that in many parts of Delhi, there was strong rains even in the morning on Wednesday morning. Delhi Traffic Police has advised people to avoid several paths in the wake of the rains after the rain. Delhi Traffic Police tweeted that heavy rains have accumulated water in many areas, causing traffic jams. Delhi Traffic Police tweeted that water has accumulated in the area of ​​Loni Gol Chakra, which has swept the traffic. Apart from this, water has also been deposited on Nala Road near Pragati Maidan, Laxminagar, Durgapuri Chowk, Bihari Colony. Apart from this, due to water logging near Sadar Bazar and JLN Marg, there has been a break on Delhi's speed.

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On the other hand, relief commissioner of Uttar Pradesh Sanjay Kumar has instructed all District Magistrates to remain alert on the basis of heavy rain warning issued by the Meteorological Department (Lucknow) till September 6. The Meteorological Department had issued heavy rain warning in 20 districts of the state. According to the Meteorological Department, the rainy season is continuing in the state due to the presence of upper cyclonic winds in the central part of Uttar Pradesh and its adjoining northern Madhya Pradesh.

According to weekly estimates released by the weather forecaster SkyMate on Monday, monsoon will remain active in most states of northern and eastern part of the country this week. According to SkyMate, in Uttarakhand, western Uttar Pradesh, parts of Delhi and Punjab, Haryana and eastern Rajasthan, there will be light to moderate rains in many places till September 5. There may be heavy rainfall in some places. Rainfall will occur in Delhi, Haryana and Punjab after September 5, but by 7th September, the activity of light rain will continue.

According to the Meteorological Department report, after September 7, the weather will mainly become dry in most parts of northern India. There may be light rain in Jammu and Kashmir for the next two-three days. Skymet said that central India is likely to get moderate to heavy rains till September 5 in many parts of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. After that the rain will come down and for the next few days only light rain will be seen.

Weather conditions on 6th September
Heavy Rain: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura

Weather conditions on 7th September
Heavy Rain: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura

At the same time, the rain is expected to increase again in Chhattisgarh and eastern Madhya Pradesh from September 8 or 9. In most parts of Gujarat and Maharashtra this week the weather will remain mainly dry. However, there will be possibility of light rainfall in one or two places in Vidarbha and Konkan region. Eastern, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand are likely to have moderate to heavy rains till September 5, whereas in eastern Uttar Pradesh from September 6 there will be a significant reduction in rainfall. In many places in Bihar and Jharkhand, heavy rains can occur at medium and one or two places.

Heavy rain warning in West Bengal
The Meteorological Department released heavy rain warning on Thursday in Gangetic region of West Bengal. The Meteorological Department said heavy rainfall could occur due to heavy pressure on north-west bay of Bengal and West Bengal and adjoining coastal Odisha. The Meteorological Department said that it is likely to increase towards West-North-West direction and it will cross the coast of West Bengal near Digha. Then moving towards west-north-west, gradually weakening will move to low-pressure area. Due to this situation of weather, heavy rainfall is possible in one or two places of South 24 Parganas, Eastern and Western Midnapore, Purulia, Bankura and Jhargram.

Due to heavy rains in Odisha affecting life
Due to the low pressure area on the Bay of Bengal, on Thursday, heavy rainfall in many parts of Odisha has led to the disruption of life. Officials said that due to the area of ​​low pressure, heavy rains are expected by Friday. He said that heavy rains are happening in many areas of the state including Jagatsinghpur, Puri, Cuttack, Kendrapara, Jajpur, Bhadrak and Khurda on Tuesday. He told that the Cuttack administration has announced the closure of all educational institutions on Thursday.

The life of life in the port city Paradip has stopped and here it has recorded 412 mm of rainfall in the state since Wednesday. He said that the area around the famous Sun Temple of Konark has been filled up to the knee, whereas in Puri, water logging has been generated in many places. Regional Meteorological Director HR Biswas said that the low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal is likely to weaken in the next 24 hours.
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