IMD issued heavy rainfall alert in these states

India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast rainfall in several states till July 15. The Met Office has forecast heavy rains in North Bengal till July 13, with fears of possible flooding in some areas already affected by the heavy rains.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast rainfall in several states till July 15. Heavy rain is expected over Himalayas West Bengal, Sikkim, Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha. Meanwhile, light rain is expected over Uttarakhand, Central India, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu-Kashmir, Ladakh, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Rajasthan.

According to IMD, Mumbai is currently on yellow alert. After prolonged dryness following the delayed arrival of monsoon, Delhi witnessed incessant rains in the last two days, providing relief from the prevailing heat. The IMD expects the intensity of rain to increase in the coming days, with cloudy skies and light showers forecast on July 11.

IMD issued heavy rainfall alert in these states
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Temperatures are expected to range from 28°C to 36°C. Further, heavy rain and cool temperatures are predicted on July 12. Recent heavy rains have significantly increased humidity levels in many cities of Uttar Pradesh. The Meteorological Department has predicted that rain will continue in the eastern and western parts of the state for the next five days.

Lucknow has rain warning especially for tomorrow. Some districts of Bihar have experienced heavy rains, raising concerns about possible floods due to monsoon influence in the region. Several areas of Himachal Pradesh received light rain on Wednesday, as a result of which 28 roads were closed, as reported by the IMD.

IMD issued heavy rainfall alert in these states
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A yellow alert has been issued for Thursday and Friday, warning of strong winds, lightning and thunderstorms. Occasional rain is expected to continue till July 15. The Met Office has forecast heavy rains in North Bengal till July 13, with fears of possible flooding in some areas already affected by the heavy rains.

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Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has instructed officials to closely monitor the situation and provide necessary assistance to the affected residents. Rainfall is expected over parts of Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kota, Jaipur and Ajmer divisions during the next 24 hours, with heavy rain expected over Udaipur division on July 11.

Monsoon troughs moving towards the Himalayas from Thursday may lead to reduced rainfall activity, with scattered light to moderate showers expected in some areas from July 11 to 15.

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