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IMD predicts light to heavy rainfall today in Delhi-NCR, Maharashtra, check forecast for other states

Weather Update: An IMD official mentioned there could be a usually cloudy sky with the potential for average rain and thundershowers in Delhi today.

The nationwide capital is probably going to obtain light to average rainfall on Saturday as properly, the IMD mentioned. The climate workplace has predicted a usually cloudy sky and average rain in the town on Saturday.

The most and minimal temperatures for Saturday are anticipated to settle round 34 and 26 levels Celsius, respectively. An IMD official mentioned there could be a usually cloudy sky with the potential for average rain and thundershowers in the town.

Himachal Pradesh: The Meteorological Office right here has warned of heavy rain in the state until Saturday, which can lead to landslides, flash floods, mudslides, and elevated movement of water in the rivers and drains.

It additionally cautioned of average to excessive threat of flash floods in Solan, Shimla and Sirmaur districts and predicted a moist spell in the state until August 3.

The National Highway-5 connecting Shimla and Kinnaur district was once more closed due to landslides in the Broni drain and Khaneri on Friday.

Telangana: The IMD’s Met Centre forecast that light to average rain or thundershowers are very possible to happen at a couple of locations over Telangana on July 29.

Telangana has been receiving heavy rains for the previous a number of days, ensuing in the inundation of low-lying areas and disruption of street hyperlinks.

Rajasthan: In the Jodhpur and Bikaner divisions, some elements may witness light rain whereas average to heavy rains have been forecast for one or two locations.

The monsoon is probably going to stay energetic on Saturday (July 29) in some elements of jap and north-eastern Rajasthan, and a few elements of Bharatpur, Jaipur, and Kota divisions.

Maharashtra: The IMD has issued a yellow alert, predicting heavy to very heavy rainfall in Mumbai and suburbs with the potential for extraordinarily heavy rainfall at remoted locations. There could possibly be occasional gusty winds reaching 40-50 kmph as per the climate bureau’s prediction. 

The Regional Meteorological Centre, Nagpur has issued ‘yellow’ alert for the subsequent few days for Nagpur, Wardha, Buldhana, Gondia, for three days for Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Amravati and for two days for Yavatmal, Buldhana, Akola and Washim.

(with inputs from PTI)

Nilesh Desai
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