The Meteorological Department has issued an alert for rain in the higher mountainous areas and rain in the lower plains today. According to the Meteorological Department, an alert has been issued regarding the Avalanche in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand in areas with a height of 3 thousand meters.
New Delhi: The weather is still cold all over the country. The Meteorological Department has issued an alert for rain in the higher mountainous areas and rain in the lower plains today. Dense fog has also been predicted in many places. If today you are planning to go somewhere outside the house, then first you must know about the latest updates of the Meteorological Department.
Avalanche can come in high areas
According to the Meteorological Department, an alert has been issued regarding the Avalanche in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand in areas with a height of 3 thousand meters. It has been feared that there may be an avalanche due to heavy snowfall. In view of this alert, the disaster management team has been put on full alert in the district. According to the administration, there are many such high places in the district, where there is usually a possibility of Avalanche coming. Although people do not reside there during winters and go to the low-lying areas, yet complete precaution is being taken.
Fog will remain in these areas
According to the private weather agency Skymet, very dense fog may remain in different areas of Uttar Pradesh. Apart from UP, foggy conditions can also be seen in West Bengal, Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan. In the last 24 hours, southern parts of Tamil Nadu have received light to moderate rainfall. Even today it may rain in South Kerala and Interior Tamil Nadu.
Alert issued for rain
The agency has predicted that there may be light to moderate rain or snowfall in Gilgit-Baltistan, Muzaffarabad, Ladakh and parts of Jammu and Kashmir in the next 24 hours. South parts of Tamil Nadu, South Kerala and Andaman and Nicobar Islands may also see moderate rains with isolated heavy spells. It is estimated that western disturbance is visible active in the form of westerly winds over Jammu and Kashmir. However, much of its effect is not yet visible.