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Weather Update Today: Heavy rain from Delhi to UP, know the weather condition of your state

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Weather Update Today: There is heavy rainfall in many states of the country. But Delhiites are still facing humid heat. People of Delhi are still waiting for heavy rain. On the other hand, there is heavy rain in Maharashtra, Assam and Karnataka, due to which people are facing many problems.

Weather Update Today: It is raining heavily in many parts of the country and in some places rain is still awaited. People are still feeling humid heat in Delhi. There are clouds from Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad to Gurugram, but it is not raining. The Meteorological Department has predicted rain in Delhi-NCR. If IMD i.e. Meteorological Department is to be believed, then Delhi-NCR will remain cloudy today and it may rain. There is a forecast of rain in Delhi for the next three days. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for Delhi-NCR. Due to rain, there will be relief from the heat.

At the same time, there will be monsoon rain in UP-Bihar as well. There is a possibility of rain in West Bengal and Jharkhand today. Here, rain has made life difficult for people in Mayanagari Mumbai. It has been raining continuously in Mumbai for two days.

Mumbai submerged

Heavy rains in Mumbai have created havoc in the entire city. Roads, streets have turned into rivers and drains. Due to continuous rains in Mumbai, suburban train services and air traffic have been disrupted. The situation here due to rain and waterlogging has become such that the army has come down along with the NDRF to save people’s lives.

At present, there is no reduction in rain in Mumbai. Meanwhile, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a ‘red’ alert for Mumbai on Tuesday, predicting heavy rains.

Despite installing high capacity pumps in low-lying areas, waterlogging after the rains caused a lot of disruption in the services of Central Railway. Due to this, thousands of passengers had to face trouble, as local trains remained stuck on the tracks for hours. Many outstation trains going to Mumbai were also stuck. After restoring services during the day, Central Railway’s Harbour Line services were again suspended on Monday night due to waterlogging on the tracks.

Monsoon weakened in Bihar

The southwest monsoon has weakened in Bihar after a week. With the weakening of the monsoon, the temperature of the state is expected to increase for the next two to three days. At the same time, light rainfall may occur in some districts of North Bihar during this period.

At the same time, on Monday, the highest temperature in the state was recorded at 38.2 degrees Celsius in Aurangabad. The minimum temperature in the state was 24.5 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature in the capital was recorded at 35 degrees Celsius.

Alert issued in many districts of Uttar Pradesh

Most areas of Uttar Pradesh have been receiving heavy rains for the last one week. Due to this, the maximum temperature is 33-35 degrees and the minimum temperature is 22 degrees to 25 degrees Celsius. However, the pace of monsoon has slowed down in Lucknow and surrounding districts since Sunday.

Movement of clouds will continue amidst sunshine for the next two days. There is no possibility of rain except drizzle, but the weather will change again from Thursday and Lucknow will receive good rain till July 14.

Senior meteorologist Atul Kumar Singh said that on Tuesday, a warning of heavy rain has been issued in Deoria, Gorakhpur, Sant Kabir Nagar, Maharajganj, Siddharthnagar, Gonda, Balrampur, Shravasti, Bahraich and surrounding areas. Thunderstorms and lightning may also occur in these districts.

Red alert issued in Karnataka

Heavy rains are being witnessed in Karnataka. The administration is also on alert mode regarding this. In view of the ‘red alert’ issued in view of the warning of heavy rain in the next 24 hours in Dakshina Kannada district, the district administration has announced to keep all schools and colleges up to class 12 closed on Tuesday. The district administration has issued a ‘red alert’ for Tuesday.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rains. In view of the IMD’s ‘red alert’, the district administration said that all schools and colleges will remain closed on Tuesday (July 9).

Schools closed after heavy rains in Assam

The flood situation in Assam is getting worse due to heavy rains. People are also having to live in camps due to the floods. On the other hand, many camps are still submerged in water.

People are also facing many problems due to the floods after heavy rains in Assam. The administration has also closed schools in Assam. Along with this, many trains and flights have also been canceled.

Where will it rain today

According to Skymet, a website providing weather information, it may rain in Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Mumbai, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, Sikkim, Goa, Kerala, Odisha, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Gujarat and Kerala today. While there will be heavy rain in some areas of the country, light to moderate rain may occur somewhere. At the same time, heavy rains may also occur in Haryana, Punjab, Delhi-NCR, Ladakh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. There are signs of danger due to rain in Uttarakhand.

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