Will it rain tomorrow? Check latest IMD prediction


Delhi-NCR climate replace: Will it rain tomorrow? Check latest IMD prediction (file photograph)

IMD climate information: Monsoon has already arrived in India, and so is the wet season. Delhi-NCR, together with Noida and Gurugram, has witnessed rainfall on a number of days. Now, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted extra rainfall within the subsequent 2-3 days within the area.

The climate division has forecast gentle to average rainfall within the subsequent 2-3 days. IMD has predicted gentle rainfall adopted by gentle to average rains for the following three days. Naresh Kumar, Senior Scientist, IMD, mentioned, “So as of today, the monsoon has covered the entire country against its normal date of July 8. Monsoon has been particularly active over the northeastern states”.

He mentioned that heavy to very heavy rainfall has been predicted for northeastern states for the following 5 days. “For Meghalaya, we are expecting very heavy rains for the next two days,” he mentioned.

“With regard to Uttarakhand, we are expecting heavy to very heavy rainfall over the next four to five days and light to moderate rain over other areas,” he added. Meanwhile, IMD Mumbai, in a bulletin issued at 10:30 am mentioned, “Moderate spells of rain very likely to occur at isolated places in the districts of Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Ghat areas of Satara during the next 3-4 hours”.

The southwest monsoon is now at a sophisticated stage and is lively within the nation, the Met Department acknowledged earlier. It added that a number of states are anticipated to obtain heavy rainfall over the following few days.

Amid unrelenting monsoon showers in Gujarat, a number of rivers and water our bodies have been overflowing, with a number of areas submerged. A video of the overflowing Vanthali Ozat Viar Dam in Junagarh from heavy rainfall within the area surfaced on social media. Another video of the Gira waterfall on the overflowing Ambika River within the Dang district additionally made rounds of social media. Incessant showers in Himachal Pradesh over the past week claimed the lives of greater than 24 individuals — both in rain-related or street accidents, in keeping with the State Disaster Management Authority.

(With inputs from ANI)

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