UP Rain Alert: The rainy season is not going to stop in the hilly to the plain states of the country. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted possible active monsoon conditions in many parts of the state till September 15. According to IMD, there will be heavy rain in many states including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh for the next few days. According to IMD forecast, there is a strong possibility of heavy rain in various parts of Uttarakhand from 13 to 17 September. People have been asked to remain alert.
IMD has said that apart from this, light to moderate rain may occur at isolated places in Madhya Pradesh during this period. IMD has also issued a rain alert for Chhattisgarh till September 16.
IMD also says that there may be rain in Odisha and Jharkhand from 13 to 15 September. At the same time, there is an alert in West Bengal for 14 September. An alert has also been issued in Andaman-Nicobar Islands for 15 and 16 September.
Bad weather in many parts of Himachal
The weather is likely to remain bad in many parts of Himachal Pradesh till September 18. According to Meteorological Center Shimla, monsoon remains weak in the state at present. On September 13, a yellow alert has been issued for thunderstorms and lightning in some parts. Meanwhile, during the last 24 hours, 49.1 mm rainfall has been recorded in Nahan, 33.4 mm in Sarhali Khadda Bilaspur and 23.5 mm in Bilaspur KVK. On the other hand, 60 roads in the state are still blocked for traffic due to landslides at many places. 27 power transformers were also disrupted.
On Tuesday, there was sunshine along with light clouds in the capital Shimla and surrounding areas. This monsoon season, from June 24 to September 12, 428 people have lost their lives. Of these, 158 died in road accidents. A total of 427 have been injured. 2611 houses have completely collapsed in the state. 11010 has been partially damaged. Apart from this, 318 shops and 5897 cow sheds have also been damaged.