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Monsoon has made a banging entry across the country. It is also raining intermittently in Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Many rivers are in spate after rain in Bihar. Flood situation has arisen in the state. More than 100 villages have been affected by the floods in the state.
At the same time, heavy rains are continuing in some parts of Gujarat. In Anand district of the state, two people have died due to floods, while 70 animals have lost their lives. In Assam too, more than 22 lakh people have been affected due to floods so far. 1934 villages in 27 districts of the state are still in the grip of floods. The total death toll from the floods and landslides has risen to 174.
Monsoon arrived before time
The Meteorological Department had predicted that the monsoon would reach the entire country by July 6, but the monsoon has already arrived. In June, the country has received 8% less rainfall than normal. The Meteorological Department says that this is not a big deficiency, so much rain will be considered as normal category only.
Torrential rain may occur in MP after July 4
In Khandwa, BJP state president VD Sharma’s roadshow took place on Sunday amid raining water.
It has been raining continuously in MP for the last 4 days. There was heavy rain in the capital Bhopal on Sunday afternoon. Intermittent rains are also continuing in Chhindwara, Damoh, Jabalpur, Khajuraho, Mandla, Rewa, Sagar, Satna, Umaria, Dhar, Indore, Khargone and Ujjain. In Khandwa, BJP state president VD Sharma has done a road show for the civic election campaign amid the rain.
According to the Meteorological Department, the weather will remain similar on Sunday and Monday. There may be a change in the weather in the Bay of Bengal from Monday evening. With this, the weather will change once again from the evening of July 4. Torrential rain may occur in many areas. Heavy rain will also occur in Indore-Bhopal. Read full news here…
Waterlogging occurred at many places in Delhi
Waterlogging led to traffic jams in many areas of Delhi.
Many areas of Delhi-NCR received heavy rain on Sunday afternoon. At many places, due to excessive water logging on the roads, traffic jams also took place. The Meteorological Department had predicted rain for the next three days in the state on Saturday itself. Along with this, the department has said that the temperature will drop by 6 to 7 degree Celsius today. Earlier on June 30, it rained heavily throughout the day and then it started getting humid.
Heavy rain in 10 districts of Rajasthan
This photo is of Jhalawar. Here is the record of highest average rainfall in the state.
The rainy season has started in Rajasthan. This time monsoon has entered from Jhalawar along with Alwar-Bharatpur. Monsoon may have entered the state late by 8 days, but in just 3 days it has covered the entire Rajasthan. Generally in 2 weeks complete Rajasthan is covered. In the last 24 hours, 10 districts including Ajmer, Bhilwara, Udaipur and Jaipur received heavy rains. Read full news…
Waterlogging occurred in many places in Punjab too
Monsoon has also entered Punjab. Many districts of the state received rain on Sunday. Waterlogging has been seen at many places in Hoshiarpur and Jalandhar. Massam in the coming few days
Alert issued in many districts of Bihar
After the rain in Patna, the capital of Bihar, the roads looked like ponds.
There is an alert of rain and lightning in 19 districts of Bihar. In the last 5 days, 31 people have died due to lightning. In the state’s Kaimur district, the trauma center was submerged due to heavy rains. The emergency ward was also flooded.
In the next 48 hours, a yellow alert has been issued in Sitamarhi, Araria, Kishanganj, West Champaran, besides heavy rain at isolated places in the western parts of the state. On the other hand, Buxar, Bhojpur, Rohtas, Bhabua, Aurangabad, Arwal, Patna, Gaya, Nalanda, Sheikhpura, Nawada, Begusarai, Lakhisarai, Jehanabad, Bhagalpur, Banka, Jamui, Munger, Khagaria are likely to rain. Read full news…
864 mm till September in UP. it may rain
Monsoon has become fully active in UP. Incessant rains are continuing in the districts. At the same time, there is a possibility of maximum rain of monsoon in July. In the entire monsoon till the month of September, about 864 mm. It may rain. In this only about 450 mm in July. Rain will be recorded till Rainfall is expected to be below normal in September. Read full news here…
Flood in Assam affects 22 lakh people
The situation in Assam has deteriorated to such a degree that even for essential things, one has to go out on a boat.
At least 1,934 villages in 27 of Assam’s 34 districts are still in the grip of floods. The total death toll from the floods and landslides since April has risen to 174. The situation has improved as the water level in some rivers has receded, but rivers like Brahmaputra, Kopili, Disang and Burhidihing are still flowing above the danger mark at many places.