It will rain in these states including UP and Delhi even today, know the weather conditions across the country

IMD Rainfall Alert: Rainfall and floods have disrupted normal life in many states of the country. People are suffering due to rain in many parts of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Even today, there is a possibility of rain in many parts of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. Moderate to heavy rain has also been predicted in some parts of Uttarakhand. There is a possibility of rain in some parts of East Uttar Pradesh, North Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, South Gujarat, Vidarbha.

According to the Meteorological Department, Delhi-NCR (Delhi-NCR) It will be cloudy today i.e. on 17th September. Light rain may occur in many parts of Delhi-NCR today.

How will the weather be in Delhi-NCR?

Two days in Delhi-NCR The rain has reduced the heat. September 16 was the coldest day of the month. The average temperature during this period was around 22.5 degree Celsius. Is. According to the Meteorological Department, there may be cloudy sky in Delhi from September 17 to 22. At the same time, some decrease in temperature can be recorded. Today the minimum temperature is 24 degrees and the maximum temperature is 32 degrees. Due to continuous heavy rains in many areas of the state, the problems of the people have increased. More than 20 people have died in accidents due to heavy rains in many parts of the state including the capital Lucknow. Normal life is disturbed due to incessant rains in Lucknow. The district administration has issued an alert and has expressed the possibility of heavy rains till September 17. At the same time, there is a possibility of rain in Ghaziabad today. Due to the heavy rains in Sitapur, UP, the difficulties of the farmers have also increased. Rainfall from the sky has caused heavy damage to the crops of farmers.

Affect rain in Madhya Pradesh 

Incessant rains in many parts of Madhya Pradesh The troubles of the people have increased due to the incessant rains. After 3 days of rain in Shivpuri 
there is a strong boom in the river and drains. In Rampuria of Badarwas, people were seen crossing the bridge submerged in water playing on their lives. The Narmada river is again in spate due to rain in the upper reaches of Mandla. After the rise in the water level of Narmada river, Kanhar, Budhner, Barjer, Surpan rivers are also in spate. Many villages lost contact with the district headquarters. Shipra river is also in spate after heavy rains in Ujjain. Many areas of Katni, Ratlam are affected by rain and floods.

Many areas of Maharashtra are facing rain

Incessant heavy rains in many parts of Maharashtra including Thane Waterlogging has occurred due to rain. On Friday, some railway tracks of Thane railway station were also seen completely submerged in water. People are upset due to heavy rains in Mumbai and Konkan areas. Light rain expected today. At the same time, there is a possibility of light rain in Mumbai today. The water level of Mula Mutha river rose after water was released from Khadakwasla dam due to heavy rains in Pune. 

#WATCH Maharashtra: Water level of Mula Mutha river rises after water was released from Khadakwasla dam due to heavy rains in Pune. pic.twitter.com/lVH24tVZ4S

— ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) September 16, 2022

Which states will rain today

The Meteorological Department (IMD) has rained in many states of the country today (Rainfall) expressed the possibility of. Moderate to heavy rain is possible in parts of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Light to moderate rain at one or two places over East Uttar Pradesh, North Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, South Gujarat, parts of Vidarbha, Marathwada, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and parts of Madhya Pradesh It is very likely.

Light to moderate rain is expected over remaining parts of Bihar, Gangetic West Bengal, Coastal Karnataka and parts of Himachal Pradesh. Light rain is expected over rest of Northeast India, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, remaining parts of Uttar Pradesh, parts of Telangana, Kerala, Jammu and Kashmir and Lakshadweep.

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