Monsoon is on its return path in India. However, it is raining heavily in many parts. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Saturday issued an alert and said that Odisha is likely to receive heavy rainfall in the next few days due to the formation of a cyclonic circulation over east-central Bay of Bengal. The Meteorological Department said that a low pressure area is likely to form over the Bay of Bengal around Tuesday due to cyclonic winds.
Meanwhile, isolated parts of Uttar Pradesh received heavy rains for several days. A three-year-old child died after the wall of a kutcha house collapsed after rain in Deoria. Let us tell you that it has been raining heavily in Deoria district for many days. This has led to water logging at many places. Roads have been flooded and water has entered people’s homes in many areas.
rain alert in odisha
The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in some areas of Cuttack, Khurda, Puri, Jagatsinghpur, Ganjam, Gajapati, Kalahandi, Kendrapara and Kandhamal districts on Sunday. A yellow alert has been issued by the Bhubaneswar-based Meteorological Center for heavy rains in the coastal and southern parts of the state on Monday. There is also a possibility of torrential rains in many districts on Tuesday and Wednesday. Fishermen have been instructed not to venture into deep sea areas.
Rail tracks submerged in Maharashtra
Incessant rains in Maharashtra have led to waterlogging in many areas of Thane. The railway track at Thane railway station has been submerged in rain water. The water level of Mula Mutha river is rising due to incessant rains in Pune. Baba Bhide Bridge is currently submerged in water after Khadakwasla Dam was opened due to incessant rains in the catchment area.
Rainfall in Uttar Pradesh
After several deaths in rain-related incidents, the IMD on Saturday said that there is a possibility of less rain in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in the next few days. In a single day, 22 people died in separate rain-related incidents in the state.
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