The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said Friday that, following the resurgence of the Monsoon Southwest, several parts of the country, including the northern region, are going to see heavy and severe rainfall in the next 67 days.
The IMD says rainfall is likely to grow with heavy and very heavy precipitation across the West Himalayan and Uttar Pradesh, which will be fairly widespread, from 17 to 20 July.
Severe falls are also predicted over Delhi on 18 to 20 July and isolated heavy rains over Delhi on 18 July, east Rajasthan, and northern Madhya Pradesh.
It added that there were isolated extreme heavy falls on Uttar Pradesh on 18 July, Jammu on 19 July and Utinarakhand on 18 July and 19 July.
‘In isolated areas over Giulia, Madhya Pradesh and southern Rajasthan in the next 24 horas, moderate to severe lightning thunderstorm is high likely.
They can cause injury to persons and animals who stay outdoors,” said the IMD. Widespread heavy isolated plant rainfall on the western coast and remaining parts of India’s western peninsula is also likely to continue over the next six-seven days except Gujarat’s.
The IMD said that during the same period there are very likely heavy to very heavy casualties in Konkan, Goa, the central Ghat regions of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala and Mahe.
In north-eastern India, heavy precipitation is also expected, he said.
Widespread isolated heavy rainfall is likely to decline in intensity and distribution thereafter through northeast India and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim until July 19
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