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Weather forecast : IMD sounded heavy rainfall in these parts of the country for the next 4 days

Weather alert : The tentative date for the end of the monsoon season has arrived. IMD forecast issues heavy rainfall in these parts of the country for the next 4 days.

By Priyanka Verma 
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New Delhi: The tentative date for the end of the monsoon season has arrived. Meanwhile, torrential rains are continuing in many states. From UP in the north to Kerala in the south, there are flood-like situations due to rain. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning for the coming days. IMD has said that torrential rains are expected to continue over South Peninsular India, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim and Northeast India for the next four days. At the same time, there will be less rain in North-West and Central India.

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Heavy rain alert in these states

The Meteorological Department has said that there is a possibility of moderate rain in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and Meghalaya for the next four days. Rain has been forecast in southern Madhya Pradesh on 1 September, Bihar between 1 September to 2 September. At the same time, till September 3, moderate rain has been forecast in the western Himalayan region. Similarly, if we talk about the hill states, then Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand (Uttarakhand) have been predicted to receive torrential rains on September 4, 2022.


According to the latest update of the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of good rain in Bihar till 3 September. The Meteorological Department says that there may be torrential rains in the state till September 2. During this, there is also a fear of lightning accompanied by strong winds. While issuing an alert, the Meteorological Department has appealed to the people living in the warning areas to stay in their homes. In Bihar, three people have died in Gaya district, two in Rohtas and one each in Aurangabad and Kaimur due to lightning.

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Uttar Pradesh

The situation is bad due to floods in about one and a half dozen districts of Uttar Pradesh. For this the water released from the dams of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh has been attributed. The flood situation in UP still remains dire. This time there has been heavy rain in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. According to the report received from the Relief Commissioner’s office, at present 2,31,026 people from 959 villages in 12 districts of the state are affected. The maximum 278 villages are affected by floods in Mirzapur. 186 villages in Ghazipur and 158 villages in Prayagraj are flooded and 92 flood affected villages have been cut off from the rest of the areas. Even today, there is a possibility of rain at some places in the eastern parts of UP.


Rain continued in many parts of Kerala on Thursday as well. It is still raining intermittently in the state. Meanwhile, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast rain or thundershowers in most parts of Kerala and Lakshadweep till September 3 due to cyclonic circulation near West Vidarbha in Tamil Nadu and Telangana, Rayalaseema. Meteorologists have forecast rain in most parts of the southern state by issuing a ‘yellow alert’ in 14 districts. Many people from the districts of central Kerala have been shifted to safer places.


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In the national capital Delhi, only 41.6 mm in the month of August. Rainfall was recorded, which is the lowest in 14 years. The main reason for this is the absence of a weather system in Northwest India. Meteorologists attribute the lack of rain this month to the development of three low-pressure areas over the north-west Bay of Bengal, which pulled the monsoon towards central India and did not allow it to move north for a long time. Experts have forecast that there is no chance of good rain in Delhi in the next five to six days, although the sky will remain cloudy. Mahesh Palawat, vice-president (climate change and meteorology), Skymet Weather, said, “Three low pressure areas (LPAs) developed over north-west Bay of Bengal in August. Due to this, good rains occurred in Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan.

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