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Monsoon Update: Heavy Rain Warning In These States Including Delhi-UP, Rain Wreaked Havoc Here

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Due to the active monsoon across the country, many spots of rain are continuing. Rains in Delhi have brought a lot of relief to people from this morning, while cloudburst in Uttarakhand’s Mando village has reported three deaths and four missings. Along with this, heavy rains have also caused loss of life and property in Himachal Pradesh and Mumbai. In the forecast of the Meteorological Department, it has been told that for the next one week, there may be heavy rain in North India, while in the western regions it will rain till July 23.

Today, many states including Haryana, Delhi are receiving heavy rains since morning. The Meteorological Department has said that after the re-activation of the Southwest Monsoon, there will be heavy rains in many parts of the country including the northern region in the next six-seven days, while Delhi, UP, Bihar, Rajasthan, Haryana, and Haryana are the most affected by the monsoon. Will be visible in the areas of Punjab.

Heavy rain is likely in these states during the next 24 hours

According to Skymet Weather, during the next 24 hours, parts of Konkan and Goa, parts of Haryana, Delhi, Jammu, and Kashmir, parts of Uttarakhand, parts of Himachal Pradesh, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim and Andaman, and the Nicobar Islands. Moderate to heavy rain may occur in some parts.

Light to moderate rain with isolated heavy falls at isolated places over East Rajasthan, South Gujarat, Coastal Karnataka, parts of Uttar Pradesh, East Bihar, Gangetic West Bengal, parts of Madhya Pradesh, Marathwada, Madhya Maharashtra, and North Interior Karnataka it might rain.

Light to moderate rain is possible over Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Vidarbha, western parts of Madhya Pradesh, rest of Gujarat, Kerala, Telangana, and Coastal Andhra Pradesh. Light rain is possible over parts of Tamil Nadu, Rayalaseema, South Interior Karnataka, and Southeast Rajasthan.

Incessant rain in Delhi, two people died

Delhi has been receiving heavy rain since Monday morning. Waterlogging has disrupted normal life in many areas. Two people have died due to drowning in rainwater. The first case is South East Delhi where a young man died after drowning in a waterlogged bridge Prahladpur underpass. The second death occurred in outer Delhi due to drowning in rainwater. The Meteorological Department has issued an alert of heavy rain for 2 days in Delhi-NCR.

Because of the possibility of heavy rains in Mumbai, a 24-hour red alert has been issued by the Meteorological Department. Three hours of rain has spoiled the face of Mumbai. Somewhere the car was seen floating in the water and somewhere the bikes started flowing. Water has also entered houses in some areas. At the same time, there are many such areas where the roads became ponds, train tracks were submerged in water. At the same time, the effect of weather has also been seen on air traffic. The rains and landslides caused tremendous destruction in Mumbai. The death toll is now 32. Only 19 have died in the accident in Chembur where the debris of the mountain fell. There have been 5 accidents in total.

Heavy rain wreaks havoc in Himachal, alert issued till July 22

Heavy rains have wreaked havoc in Himachal Pradesh. Many roads in the state have been closed due to landslides. The rivers and streams are in spate. In the Chamba district, a car was hit by a landslide and rammed into the Ravi river. Three people from the same family were in the car. The police along with the local people have started the rescue operation. The body of a woman has just been recovered. The search for the other two is on. The capital Shimla has also received a drizzle of rain. The Meteorological Center Shimla has issued a red alert of heavy rain in the state on July 19. An orange alert has been issued on July 20 and then yellow for two days. The weather is forecast to remain bad across the state till July 22.

Cloudburst in Uttarakhand, heavy rain warning

The natural disaster has wreaked havoc in Uttarakhand. Cloudburst has caused devastation at two different places here. After Uttarkashi district, there has been an incident of cloudburst in Tehri Garhwal also. Relief and rescue work is on.

About half a dozen houses have been damaged due to cloudburst in Bhilangana of Tehri Garhwal. Earlier, 3 people died in a cloudburst incident in Mando village of Uttarkashi. The Meteorological Department has issued a warning of heavy rain in many districts of the state.

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