While many parts of Bihar are receiving continuous rain, the heat in Delhi has broken the 90-year record, and there is still no relief from the heatwave. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy rain in Assam, Meghalaya, Bengal, Sikkim, and Bihar.
New Delhi: While the monsoon is active in Bihar and East Uttar Pradesh, people are troubled by the heat in Delhi-NCR. While many parts of Bihar are receiving continuous rain, the heat in Delhi has broken the record of 90 years, and there is still no relief from the heatwave. However, in the meantime, the Meteorological Department has said that the southwest monsoon in the country is likely to be expected in July. According to the Meteorological Department, good rains are not expected in the first week of July, but it is expected to gain momentum from the second half of the second week of the month. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy rain in Assam, Meghalaya, West Bengal, Sikkim, and Bihar. It is still raining in Bihar. At the same time, rain warning has been issued in East Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, Tripura, Uttarakhand and Tamil Nadu.
Extremely heavy rain forecast in these states
A Monsoon Trough, an extended low-pressure area, is persisting from Uttar Pradesh to Assam. Due to this, moist solid southwesterly winds are expected from the Bay of Bengal, which will bring hefty rain with hefty falls at isolated places over East and Northeast India for the next few days.
During this time, heavy rains may occur over Assam, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and adjoining areas, increasing the risk of flooding and waterlogging. According to the Meteorological Department, widespread rain with heavy to hefty rains has been predicted in Bihar, North Bengal, Sikkim and Northeast India for the next five days. Hefty rainfall is expected at isolated places over Assam, Meghalaya, Sikkim and northern districts of West Bengal on July 2 and 3. Sikkim, Assam, and Meghalaya have been on red alert for Friday and Saturday, while an orange alert was issued in Bihar on Friday.
Flood risk here
With the monsoon season completing one month, parts of East and Northeast India have witnessed severe flooding conditions. Koshi and Brahmaputra are called the mourners of Bihar and Assam, respectively. The flood situation in these rivers and rivers like Narayani, Bagmati, Kamala and Gandak is already grim this year. Apart from this, the problem is likely to worsen over the entire region with the forecast of heavy monsoon rains for the next five days.
Heavy rain warning in Bihar, Orange alert issued.
It has been raining incessantly in North Bihar since Thursday night. Orange alert issued for East Champaran, West Champaran, Gopalganj, Siwan, Saran, Sitamarhi, Madhubani, Muzaffarpur, Darbhanga, Vaishali, Sheohar, Samastipur, Supaul, Araria, Kishanganj, Purnia, Saharsa, Madhepura, Katihar, Bhagalpur, Banka, Jamui Has been done. These districts may receive 100 to 150 mm of rain, and a thunderstorm warning has been issued during 48 hours. A yellow alert of light to moderate rain with thundershowers has been issued for all other districts.
Heatwave continues in North India, including Delhi-NCR.
On Thursday, the India Meteorological Department said that heatwave conditions are likely to persist over Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, North Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh for the next two days. Thus, there is no respite from the scorching heat at these places. The department said heatwave and severe heatwave conditions were recorded at isolated places in Jammu and Kashmir. Heatwave conditions were recorded at most places over Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh, North West Rajasthan and North West Madhya Pradesh. The temperature in the entire plains has crossed 40 degrees Celsius in the last few days.