IMD, Skymet Weather Forecast Update: In the next three days, there will be heavy rain in many areas of Haryana, Punjab, East Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh including Delhi-NCR.
IMD Weather Forecast, Skymet Weather Updates Today: Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) The forecast of heavy rains in many states of the country between July 18 and 20. It said that in the next three days, there will be heavy rains in many areas of Haryana, Punjab, East Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh including Delhi-NCR.Also Read – Delhi-NCR Weather Update: Children started dancing on the road in the joy of rain, watch funny video
According to the Meteorological Department, there is a full possibility of heavy rain in Delhi tomorrow. Meanwhile, an orange alert has been issued for the next three days in Haryana and Chandigarh including the national capital. According to IMD, similarly, heavy rain, thunderstorms and lightning are forecast in the low and hilly areas in Himachal Pradesh on Saturday. Also Read – Weather Forecast Today Updates: Rain in MP-Gujarat-Rajasthan in next few hours, know latest updates related to rain in Delhi-Haryana-UP-Punjab-Bihar
Similarly, the Meteorological Department has issued a warning of heavy to very heavy rain for Jammu and Kashmir from July 19 to 21. An official statement issued by the Meteorological Department office said, “Low and medium level tropospheric winds from North Arabian Sea are most likely to meet with easterly winds (from Bay of Bengal) from 18 to 21 July. Also Read – Delhi-NCR Weather Updates: Weather pattern changed in Delhi-NCR, thunderstorm and rain in many areas
According to the statement, due to this, heavy to very heavy rain, thundershowers and lightning occurred at many places in Kashmir division from 19th to 21st, mainly in Pir Panjal range and plains of Jammu division. There is a possibility of thunder and lightning.
The weather warnings issued by the department include moderate to high risk of flash floods as possible effects of bad weather forecast, temporary disruption of surface traffic, landslides at vulnerable places and waterlogging in low-lying areas, suspension of agriculture and horticulture activities, etc. Huh.
Meanwhile, private agency Skymet, which gives information related to weather, gave important information on weather forecast. It said that the axis of Monsoon trough is going towards Nagaland via Alwar, Bikaner, Etawah, Sultanpur, Muzaffarpur, Cooch Behar. Skymet said that a High Cyclonic Circulation has formed over North Madhya Maharashtra and adjoining areas and a trough is extending from Maharashtra Coast to North Keralat Coast. (agency input)