Heavy rainfall predicted in main and west India for next 3-4 days, states IMD


Heavy rainfall predicted in main and west India for next 3-4 days, states IMD

A red alert, caution of hefty to extremely heavy rainfall, has been provided in some districts of Maharashtra.

The India Meteorological Division on Tuesday anticipated heavy rainfall over main India and the country’s west shore for the following 3 to four days.

A well-marked low-pressure location exists over the northwest and main west Bay of Bengal. The office said adjacent seaside Odisha and north coastal Andhra Pradesh, the weather condition office.

“It is most likely to concentrate right into a clinical depression during the following 24-hour as well as relocate west-northwestwards across Odisha as well as Chhattisgarh,” it stated.

Under the conditions, widespread rains with separated hefty rains and thunderstorms are highly likely over Gangetic West Bengal till August 11, Jharkhand on August 10 and August 11, and also Odisha till August 12.

Extensive rainfall with isolated hefty drops as well as electrical storms are additionally highly likely over Madhya Pradesh, the Vidarbha area, Chhattisgarh, ghat locations of central Maharashtra and also Konkan and Goa till August 12, Gujarat till August 11 and over Marathwada location till August 10, the weather condition workplace stated.

“The well-marked low is over the Odisha coastline,” said RK Jenamani, an elderly researcher with the IMD, reported the Hindustan Times. “Currently several parts of main India have actually begun tape-recording very hefty rain. Over the following 2-3 days the system will move over central India bringing a great deal of rainfall approximately Gujarat coast. The system is anticipated to increase better.”

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