“Drizzle over South-Delhi, Dadri and Kosali during the next two hours,” it stated.
“Light rain/ drizzle would happen over and adjoining areas of Palwar, Ballabhgarh, Farukhnagar and remoted areas o total Delhi throughout subsequent two hours,” it added.
It stated Delhi recorded a most temperature of 34.2 levels Celsius and a minimal of 26.four levels Celsius.
The IMD knowledgeable that monsoon rains have intensified over central and western areas as a result of of the formation of low-pressure areas over the Bay of Bengal. Under its affect, remoted extraordinarily heavy falls would happen over Southwest Rajasthan and Gujarat immediately.
It stated that districts of South 24 Parganas, East and West Midnapore, Jhargram, Purulia and Bankura are likely to obtain heavy rainfall, which is able to intensify from Tuesday.
With the overflowing of the Silaboti river, a quantity of villages and paddy fields have been affected in the Pathardanga space of West Bengal, say farmers resulting in issues for them and different locals.Apart from this, a bridge in the realm has additionally been flooded with water. Due to this, the communication between Bankura and Midnapur districts via the Pathardanga-Velaidiha route has been affected.
Moreover, Jammu and Kashmir, Gilgit, Baltistan, Muzaffarabad and Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh are very likely to obtain pretty widespread rainfall with remoted heavy falls and Uttarakhand remoted heavy to very heavy falls throughout August 25 to 28.
In the northern half of the nation, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh are likely to obtain pretty widespread rainfall with remoted heavy falls on August 26 and 27.
In Uttar Pradesh, scores of villages in Ayodhya’s Rudauli tehsil have been flooded after the rise in water stage in Sarayu river which has brought about extreme misery among the many villagers.A neighborhood named Manju from Kathy Majha village stated, “We are going through loads of hassle for the previous two months. Our house and agricultural land have been broken attributable to floods. The water stage retains rising and receding.
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