Rain, thunderstorm forecast in parts of UP, Haryana, Rajasthan
The Regional Weather Forecasting Center (RWFC) on Sunday issued a warning of thunderstorm with light to moderate intensity rain for different areas of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Haryana.
RWFC, New Delhi said, “Light to moderate intensity rainfall will occur over adjoining areas of Nuh, Hodal (Haryana) Nandgaon, Barsana, Jalesar, Firozabad, Shikohabad (UP).”
Light rain or drizzle will occur in the surrounding areas of Sahaswan, Atrauli, Badaun, Khair, Aligarh, Kasganj, Iglas, Sikandra Rao, Raya, Hathras, Mathura, Etah, Sadabad, Tundla, Mainpuri, Agra (UP) Deeg. (Rajasthan) during next 2 hours,” added RWFC.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Saturday said that rain would occur at isolated places across the country over the next few days while Meghalaya and Assam are likely to receive heavy rain today.
IMD scientist Soma Sen Roy said, “There will be scattered rains across India. Yellow alert for most states of India. Orange alert for north-eastern conditions. Tomorrow we are expecting heavy rains in Meghalaya and Assam.” Are.” ANI.
An Orange Alert asks the concerned authorities to “be prepared” to respond to any emergency situation arising out of weather change, while a Yellow Alert indicates that the weather may change, and therefore people should remain vigilant.”
This month we are witnessing the deepening of Western Disturbances. These deep western disturbances when they interact with the low-level air over the Indian regions, which usually comes due to heat, increase the severity of the thunderstorm.
He said, “We expect an increase in weather for the next 6-7 days and the weather will be pleasant. Rain activities and thunderstorms will occur over the eastern part of the country. The Western Disturbance is moving east. Severe weather will increase.”
Besides this, the IMD also advised people to take necessary precautions in anticipation of wet and stormy weather.
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