Heavy Rain Will Not Stop, Meteorological Department Releases Alert In These States

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday predicted that some areas of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, South Karnataka are likely to receive heavy rainfall today. The weather forecasting agency has also predicted that the Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan and Bihar are also likely to receive heavy rainfall throughout the day. Apart from thunderclap, it is also likely to occur in Uttarakhand, Punjab, eastern Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, West Bengal and Assam. This is stated by IMD in its All India Weather Warning Bulletin. Delhi will usually have moderate temperatures and cloudy conditions. There is also a possibility of thunder or lightning. The temperature in the region is likely to be between 24 ° C and 33 ° C. Please tell that on October 2, the Meteorological Department had also released the details of the coming days.

Due to heavy rains, the life in the state of Bihar has been badly disturbed due to the floods. At the same time, the meteorological department told that on October 3, the weather of Bihar and Odisha is likely to change. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of light rain with thunder. Please tell that there was some relief in Bihar after the rain stopped after the flood. According to the Meteorological Department, heavy rain is likely at isolated places in Assam, Meghalaya, Punducherry, Karaikal and Tamil Nadu on 4 October 2019. At the same time, no warning has been issued by the Meteorological Department for October 5.

This year there has been a huge loss of life and property in the country due to the bad mood of the monsoon. Many states are suffering from heavy rains and floods. In Bihar’s capital Patna, waterlogging has created a storm, while in eastern Uttar Pradesh, the situation is getting worse. According to meteorologists, this monsoon rain has broken the record of the last 25 years in the country. According to data from the Union Home Ministry, a total of 14 states of the country were affected by the rains. In these states, 1685 people died in accidents due to monsoon rains this year. Maharashtra has the highest number of deaths at 377, West Bengal at 225 and Madhya Pradesh at 180. 150 people died in Gujarat, 130 in Bihar and 105 in Karnataka due to rain and flood-related accidents.

Liliana Donato is assignment Journalist at Daily Research Chronicle. Liliana has covered Business, Politics and many other beats in her Journalism career and is currently living in Seattle for more than 15 years. Liliana has appeared periodically on national television shows and also has published her articles many regional publications such as The Stranger and Seattle Met etc.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *