THESE states are witnessing heavy rains


New Delhi: The monsoon activity has abated in many areas of the country while the monsoon has bid farewell to many cities. The southwest monsoon left Rajasthan and Kutch areas on Tuesday. However, there are some states in the country where the monsoon rains are still ongoing. In the country’s capital, Delhi, the weather conditions are good. IMD has forecast rain for the next 5 days.

There has been drizzle and light rain in Delhi for the past few days. Today (Wednesday), September 21, according to IMD, the minimum temperature in the national capital, Delhi, may be 24 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature may be 32 degrees Celsius. At the same time, some areas may experience light to moderate rain amid cloud movement.

How is the weather in Uttar Pradesh?

It has been raining in many areas of Uttar Pradesh for the past few days. According to the Meteorological Service, there may be moderate rain on September 21-22 in western Uttar Pradesh. In the state capital, Lucknow, the minimum temperature today is 25 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature is 34 degrees Celsius. At the same time, rain can be seen in addition to thunder. It’s possible to rain with thunderstorms in Ghaziabad today. The minimum temperature can be 27 degrees and the maximum temperature is 34 degrees.

According to Skymet weather forecast agency, there is a chance of light to moderate rain in Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh with heavy to very few spots over the next 24 hours. Light to moderate rains with one or two heavy spells are possible over Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Vidarbha, East Uttar Pradesh, parts of Bihar and Jharkhand.

Let us tell you that due to the incessant rains due to the low pressure, normal life was affected in many parts of Odisha on Tuesday and the Meteorological Department predicted more rain in the next 24 hours. The IMD said the low-pressure area is active over the northwestern Bay of Bengal and the adjacent northern coasts of Odisha and West Bengal, extending up to 5.8 km with associated cyclone circulation.

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