IMD Alert : Orange alert for heavy rain in 17 states till October 7, low pressure-cyclonic system active, know
The Meteorological Department also issued an alert of heavy rain in Bengal and Orissa. In fact, the pressure area in the Bay of Bengal has been predicted to turn into a depression between October 2 and 3.
Weather update is being seen in 17 states of the country. According to the IMD Alert, from October 4, once again an area of low pressure will arise in the Bay of Bengal. Due to which rain activity will be seen. However, the departure of early monsoon is being seen. There are two weather systems active in the same country. Which is affecting many states of the country, while the Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert of rain in 17 states.
Heavy rain in South East region
According to the Meteorological Department, the adjoining Karnataka and Andaman and Nicobar Deep Group including Telangana, Andhra Pradesh will see widespread rain. Apart from this, there is a possibility of lightning with flashes. Also, in the eastern states, an alert of heavy rain was issued in Sikkim Arunachal Meghalaya Nagaland Manipur Mizoram Tripura West Bengal Jharkhand Chhattisgarh Orissa and Karnataka. The sky will be cloudy. The temperature will drop.
Snowfall in mountain area
At the same time, the Meteorological Department has also indicated snowfall in other states including the mountainous state of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal, Uttarakhand. The snow has started knocking on the mountains. Apart from this, scattered rain and thundershowers have also been predicted in Jammu and Kashmir Himachal Uttarakhand Bihar Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Goa Kerala Tamil Nadu Lakshadweep.
- Talking about creating the same weather, a concentrated anti-cyclonic circulation has been created in Rajasthan. Due to which its condition has arisen, the effect of withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon from the semi-arid region and adjoining Gangetic plain and central highland will be seen on the weather. Apart from this, a rain alert has been issued in the eastern part of the country.
- A truck going from North Andaman Sea towards Andhra Pradesh is believed to be responsible for the rain, while Andhra Pradesh will once again see a spell of rain in the southern state.
- Under the influence of Hurricane Nuru from the Pacific Ocean, low pressure areas are being generated in the Bay of Bengal.
- The effect of the cyclone is also visible from the China Sea on the Bay of Bengal. Which can generate a low pressure area. A rain alert has been issued in Bengal, Orissa and Jharkhand during Durga Puja.
Heavy rain in eastern states
Apart from this, a warning of heavy rain has been issued in Karnataka adjoining Telangana Andhra Pradesh from Thursday to next Friday, in fact a line from the Pacific Ocean is crossing the southern states and turning towards the eastern states, due to which Maharashtra Kerala Karnataka It is causing rain in the northern state of Assam Meghalaya Manipur Nagaland Mizoram Arunachal Pradesh passing through Tamil Nadu Andhra Pradesh Jharkhand West Bengal.
Apart from this, due to a system active in the south, Kokan and adjoining areas will continue to receive intermittent rain this week. Monsoon has gradually reached its weak stage. According to the Meteorological Department, monsoon will depart from some parts of western India in the next two to three days, while many areas are still submerged due to monsoon rains.
Showers in Delhi-UP
The sky will remain cloudy in Delhi, a drop of 2 percent in the minimum temperature will be recorded. At the same time, the Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of drizzle in Delhi. However, the rain will continue in the western parts of Uttar Pradesh till September 30, with the possibility of drizzle in these areas. Although Coastal Andhra Pradesh has forecast heavy rains till September 30.
Moderate rain likely in MP-CG
The sky will remain cloudy in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, the weather will remain cool. However, the possibility of rain has been ruled out. Light rain can be seen in some areas. In fact, due to not a single weather system being active in West and Central India, rain activities are being stopped. However, after October 4, the sequence will change once again.
Lightning in Bihar
A rain alert was issued with thunderstorms in Bihar. Let’s look at the preparations for Durga Puja. The districts where thunderstorm alert was issued by the Meteorological Department. It includes Patna to Nalanda Banka Nawada Begusarai Lakhisarai Jehanabad Bhagalpur Jamui Munger Khagaria Supaul Araria Kishanganj Madhepura Saharsa Purnia and Katihar. These areas may see rain today.
Heavy rain in Jharkhand
Heavy rain has started in the capital Ranchi. At the same time, there is a possibility of heavy rain and thundershowers in Santhal Parganas including Pakur Sahibganj, Dumka Godda Ramgarh and adjoining areas of Jharkhand between 2 to 3 hours today. The Meteorological Department has issued an alert for this. Also strong wind will blow.
The Jharkhand Meteorological Department gave a forecast and said that till September 30, the possibility of rain in many districts including the capital will remain intact. Moderate rain will be seen. It will be cloudy. The maximum temperature will be 29 and the minimum temperature will be 22 degree Celsius.
Heavy rain alert issued in Bengal and Odisha
The Meteorological Department also issued an alert of heavy rain in Bengal and Orissa. In fact, the pressure area in the Bay of Bengal has been predicted to turn into a depression between October 2 and 3. After that it will move towards the central zone. Meanwhile, heavy rain and thundershowers will be seen over West Bengal and Odisha coasts. There is a possibility of heavy rain during Durga Puja in the south of Bengal including Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal. Heavy rain is forecast till October 1. Heavy rain alert has been issued in Bengal Orissa Jharkhand areas. Also, torrential rains have been predicted.