Weather Latest Update: Till October 1, an alert of heavy to very heavy rain has been issued in many parts of the country. Know how will be the mood of today’s weather in the states…
Weather Latest Update: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rains in Gujarat, North Konkan, North-central Maharashtra and Marathwada with a low pressure area over the western parts of Vidarbha today i.e. on Wednesday. The IMD had said on Tuesday that some places of North Odisha may receive heavy rains till September 30. The IMD has issued a ‘yellow alert’ for many areas of Maharashtra for Wednesday, indicating ‘heavy rain at isolated places with lightning, gusty winds and thunderstorms’.Also Read – Weather Forecast: Light rain will fall in Delhi, alert issued in Bihar-Bengal-Maharashtra, know how the weather will be
Senior Scientist at IMD Mumbai K. s. Hosalikar said, ‘The remaining effect of the cyclone Gulab will continue over Marathwada, Madhya Maharashtra, Konkan and very heavy rains will occur at some places. The northern part of Konkan and central Maharashtra will see more rainfall on Wednesday. Also Read – Delhi Weather Forecast: Chance of rain for the whole week in Delhi-NCR, green alert issued
Red alert issued for Telangana
IMD has issued a red alert for 14 districts of Telangana including Nirmal, Nizamabad, Jagityal, Rajanna Sircilla, Karimnagar, Peddapalli, Bhadradri Kothagudem, Khammam, Mahabubabad, Warangal (Rural), Warangal (Urban), Jangaon, Siddipet and Kamareddy districts. Are included. The Meteorological Department has warned of heavy to very heavy rain at different places in these districts. Also Read – Gulab Cyclone Update: Devastation started due to Gulab storm, 6 fishermen who went to sea missing
Heavy rain likely in Odisha-West Bengal coastal areas
IMD Bhubaneswar Director HR Biswar has told that according to the weather forecast, during the next 24 hours, there will be moderate rainfall in the northern coastal areas of Odisha and heavy rainfall in some areas. In view of this, fishermen are being advised not to venture into the sea till 30 September.
Along with this, a low pressure area has formed over the adjoining coastal areas of Odisha and West Bengal, due to which heavy to very heavy rainfall will occur over Jharkhand and adjoining districts of West Bengal during the next two days, the director said.
The effect of cyclonic storm is visible in Maharashtra, heavy destruction due to rain
The cyclonic storm has turned into a deep low pressure area and is active in western Maharashtra. The system is very likely to re-emerge on Wednesday with a cyclone formed as an upper part of the wind over the Gujarat coast of Arabian Sea. An East-West Trough is extending from North Konkan to Coastal Andhra Pradesh. With these three systems being active, there is a possibility of rain in the districts of Indore, Ujjain divisions on Wednesday.
Heavy rain alert in these states till October 1
On the other hand, a yellow alert has been issued for many districts of Rajasthan from 28 September to 1 October. From 29 September to 1 October, there may be rain in the districts of Ajmer and Udaipur divisions. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for these districts.
Very heavy to very heavy rainfall is very likely to occur at isolated places over the state of Gujarat on 29th September. At the same time, an alert has been issued for very heavy rainfall in Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, North Madhya Maharashtra, North Konkan and then at isolated places in Marathwada.
According to the Meteorological Department, under the influence of a cyclonic circulation over the northeast and adjoining east-central Bay of Bengal, a low pressure area has formed over the northwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining coastal areas of West Bengal. By noon it has become a well marked low pressure area.
10 killed in Maharashtra, warning of heavy rain within 24 hours
The effect of Gulab storm is visible in many parts of Maharashtra including Mumbai. Three passengers were killed and the driver is reported missing after the bus was washed away in Yavatmal. In the last 48 hours, 10 people were killed and more than 200 animals were washed away due to incessant rains in Marathwada. The Meteorological Department has predicted similar rains for the next 24 hours.
Apart from this, the storm is very likely to emerge over northeast Arabian Sea and adjoining Gujarat coast around September 30 and this system is very likely to intensify into a depression over northeast Arabian Sea during subsequent 24 hours.