IMD Alert: Weather will change! Heavy rain alert in 20 states till 6th July, know your state details

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This coincides with the entry of monsoon (Monsoon 2022) in all parts of the country. The rainy season has started. According to IMD Alert, a rain alert has been issued in many areas with thunderstorms. With this, the sky will remain clear in some states. It will be sunny. Heavy rain alert has been issued in 20 states till July 7 . At the same time, people have been advised to be cautious.

In its weather report, the IMD said that within the next two to three days, the monsoon is expected to advance into the remaining areas of Rajasthan and Gujarat. For the next two to three days, the Southwest Monsoon is likely to cover the entire country. Monsoon advanced into additional areas of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan on Saturday. The Meteorological Center has forecast rain in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. On July 2, there is every possibility of heavy rain at some isolated places in Rajasthan.

The latest bulletin of the India Meteorological Department said that the southwest monsoon has covered the whole of India till Saturday. Monsoon has reached the remaining parts of North Arabian Sea, Gujarat and Rajasthan on July 2, six days ahead of the expected date. It occurs when widespread rains continue in many parts of India, causing floods and loss of life and property.

While the waterlogging and related traffic issues are troublesome in Mumbai , the situation was more dire in Assam where the death toll due to floods crossed 170. In Manipur , rescue teams triggered landslides after incessant rain covered a construction site, killing at least 19 people.

The bulletin warned that widespread light to moderate rainfall is likely over the west coast for the next two days, while the rest of the country is likely to receive isolated or isolated rainfall. It said that no change is expected in the maximum temperature over the entire country for the next five days.

Rajasthan: Heavy rain continues. At least two people died after being struck by lightning after taking shelter at a tea stall to escape the rain. Jaipur Meteorological Center said that in the last 24 hours, Jhunjhunu, Jaipur, Sikar, Alwar, Banara, Kota, Churu, Hanumangarh and Bikaner districts have recorded heavy rain at some places and very heavy rain at isolated places. Light to moderate rain will continue at some places on July 2. However, from July 3, the rain activities will once again reduce over West Rajasthan.

Manipur: It is raining here for the last two months. Yellow alert for heavy rain has been issued. 19 people lost their lives in a landslide in Noni town near capital Imphal. After weeks of rain, a hill collapsed in a railroad construction area, killing several sleeping workers and injuring 18 others. Army is involved in relief and rescue work in the area. About 50 people are still feared missing.

Bihar : Widespread or widespread rain and thundershowers very likely to continue over Bihar during next 4 to 5 days. The IMD, in an alert issued early on July 2, said that the rainy season of July 7 would continue. It has been kept in the ‘Yellow Alert’ category of IMD. In which heavy rain has been predicted.

Uttarakhand-UP-Leh : The effect of monsoon will be seen in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh as well. In fact, from July 2 to July 6, a warning of heavy rain has been issued in many parts. It has been issued in the same areas. The sky will be clear in some areas, there will be light sunshine. One to two percent drop in temperature can be recorded.

Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Vidarbha : Light rain with thundershowers has been predicted in the state from July 2 to 6. With this, the sky will remain partly cloudy in some parts of East Madhya Pradesh. Some places will be sunny. At the same time, the effect of Western Disturbance will also be seen.

Himachal Pradesh : A warning of heavy rain has been issued in the hill state of Himachal Pradesh on June 5 and 6. An alert has been issued for this, along with thunder, there is a possibility of light snowfall at some places. The minimum temperature is expected to be 26 degree Celsius and the maximum temperature is expected to be 30 degree Celsius.

Assam : At least 14 more people died as the flood situation worsened in Assam, taking the total death toll to 173. Officials said 29.70 lakh have been affected in 30 districts by the floods. Several parts of the severely affected Silchar city of Cachar district are still submerged.

It said that rivers like Brahmaputra, Beki, Kopili, Barak and Kushiyara are flowing above the danger mark at many places, though the level of most of them is receding. A motorcyclist crosses a flooded road in Assam’s Kamrup district. According to their daily bulletin issued at 7.30 am on July 2, the IMD has predicted heavy rains.

An alert of heavy rain with moderate rain has been issued in Jharkhand, Orissa and Gangetic West Bengal from July 2 to 6. Many areas where heavy rain will be seen. At the same time, thunderstorms have been issued in many areas. People have been advised to be cautious. After a sunny day, heavy rain is expected in the evening.

Heavy rain continues in Sikkim Assam Meghalaya Manipur Mizoram . Transport facility has stopped. Along with this, a thunderstorm alert has been issued in many places. The minimum temperature is expected to be 20 degree Celsius and the maximum temperature is 30 degree Celsius.

Rains are also being seen in Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Goa . An alert for moderate and heavy rain has been issued. Yellow alert has been declared for many areas. Traffic is getting affected due to incessant rains in Mumb

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