Heavy Rainfall “Likely” Over North India In 6-7 Days: Weather Department

Heavy Rainfall “Likely” Over North India In 6-7 Days: Weather Department

Heavy Rainfall 'Likely' Over North India In 6-7 Days: Weather Department

Weather: Heavy rainfall is anticipated over north India, the Weather Department stated. (File)

New Delhi:

Following the revival of the Southwest Monsoon, a number of components of the nation, together with the northern area, will witness heavy to very heavy rainfall over the subsequent six-seven days, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) stated on Friday.

The IMD stated rainfall exercise may be very prone to improve with pretty widespread to widespread rainfall with heavy to very heavy falls over the western Himalayan area and Uttar Pradesh from July 17 to twenty.

Heavy falls are additionally anticipated over Punjab, Haryana, east Rajasthan and north Madhya Pradesh from July 18 to twenty and remoted heavy rainfall over Delhi on July 18, it stated.

Isolated extraordinarily heavy falls are additionally doubtless over Uttar Pradesh on July 18, Jammu on July 19, and Uttarakhand on July 18 and 19, it added.

“Moderate to extreme thunderstorm with lightning very doubtless at remoted locations over Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and south Rajasthan throughout the subsequent 24 hours. They could trigger accidents resulting in casualties to folks and animals staying outside,” the IMD stated.

Widespread rainfall with remoted heavy falls are additionally very prone to proceed over the west coast and remaining components of west peninsular India besides over Gujarat throughout the subsequent six-seven days.

Heavy to very heavy falls are very doubtless over Konkan, Goa, ghat areas of central Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala and Mahe throughout the identical interval, the IMD stated.

Heavy rainfall can also be anticipated over northeast India, it added.

Widespread rainfall with remoted heavy falls is probably going over northeast India and sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim until July 19 which is able to lower in depth and distribution thereafter, the IMD stated.

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