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IMD Issues Yellow Alert in Delhi

IMD Issues Yellow Alert in Delhi

The people of Delhi-NCR have got relief from the heat due to rain. It may rain once again in Delhi-NCR today. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in many areas of the National Capital Region. In view of the rain in Delhi, a yellow alert has been issued. At the same time, the Meteorological Department has also told that in the next one to two days, there may be heavy rain in many states of the country. According to the forecast issued by the Meteorological Department, there may be heavy rain in Delhi between September 9 and 11.

Apart from Delhi, the Meteorological Department has predicted heavy to very heavy rains in many states of the country till September 12. The states where there is a possibility of heavy rains include Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Odisha, Karnataka, Goa, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Apart from this, there is a possibility of rain in Odisha and Coastal Andhra Pradesh from September 11 and in Chhattisgarh, Telangana, West Bengal from September 12.

The IMD has predicted rain in the plains of Northwest India and adjoining Western Himalayan region during September 9-11. During 8-12 September, very widespread rain may occur over Madhya Maharashtra and Marathwada region. Widespread rain is also likely over Konkan, Goa, Gujarat State and Coastal Karnataka.

Let us tell you that this year the rains in Delhi have broken the records of the last 19 years. Due to the continuing rains since the first of September, many areas here have been submerged and normal life has been affected.

After the water-logging in Delhi after the rain, the round of allegations and counter-allegations of political parties has started. All the parties are blaming each other for this. Mosquitoes have also started breeding in many areas due to water logging.

It is worth noting that in this monsoon season, till now 999.9 mm of rain has been received in Delhi. Delhi had not received so much rain in the entire monsoon season since 2011. It is believed that the record of monsoon rains of 2010 may be broken this year.

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