The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued’red’ and a corresponding orange’ alerts in most of the districts of Uttarakhand from 11-14 August. IMD also predicts that there will be very heavy rainfall during 12-14August.
The weather office has forecasted that Uttarakhand will experience heavy to very heavy rainfall within the next four days, as well as Bihar, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, and Assam & Meghalaya by 12 August. The following two days will see isolated heavy rain, with an orange alert issued in Bihari, Acharya, Anuradha Pradesh Sub Himalayan, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh on 12 September.
The weather office has forecasted that the rest of the country will experience a lack of rainfall in the next week.
A yellow alert has been issued by the MeT office for heavy rains on August 12 and 13. It predicts a wet spell in Himachal Pradesh until August 17, warning of potential landslides, flash floods, mudslashes, and increased water flow in rivers and canals.
Assam’s flood situation worsens, affecting 27000 people.
The Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) has reported that the flood situation in Asiatic state has worsened once again, with almost 27000 people in six districts affected. The Dhemaji district has 19,163 people affected, while Dibrugarh has 5,666 people. Additionally, 175 villages under 18 revenue circles of Dhemarughat, DiBrugarH, Darrang, Jorhatt, Golaghat and Sivasagar districts are currently under flood water. ANI report that Nambakotkot Bashar to this day, the river is still moving above
A landslide in Himachal’s Chamba resulted in the death of 7 people and injuries to 4 others. The vehicle skidded into the river.
An inquiry board has been established by officials to investigate the incident where a vehicle fell into the Siul river after crashing into it, killing seven and injuring four people, according to PTI’s report.
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The Northwest region of India is where this information comes from.
The area is expected to experience isolated rainfall during the period of 11-13 August, with Himachal Pradesh likely to receive heavier precipitation during this time; Uttarakhand occurring more frequently during 11-15 August; Punjab and Haryana occurring on 11 and 13 August respectively; West Uttar Pradesh on 11, 13 and 14 August or East Uttar Pradesh in between; and Jammu and Kashmir on November 11-11.
Uttarakhand is likely to experience isolated heavy rainfall on 11-14 August.
It is likely that Uttarakhand will experience isolated extremely heavy rainfall on August 12-14.
The weather office forecasts that the rest of northwest India will experience minimal rainfall for the next 7 days.
East India, for example.
It is probable that Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim will experience isolated heavy rainfall during 11-13 August, while Gangetic West Bangladesh will receive rainfall on 12 and 13 August or Jharkhand on the 12-14 August.
Bihar and Sub-Himalaya, West Bengal, and Sikkim were likely to be hit by isolated heavy rainfall on 11 and 12 August.
In Northeast India, as.
It is probable that isolated rainfall will occur in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam and Meghalaya on 11-15 August, as well as in Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura on 11, 12, and 15 August.
Arunachal Pradesh and Assam & Meghalaya experienced isolated heavy rainfall on August 12th.
The three regions of Central, West, and South India are combined.
The upcoming six days are expected to be rainy in these areas.
Coastal Andhra Pradesh is set to experience hot and humid weather until 12 August, as per the weather office’s forecast.