Storm Alert in India: MeT department predicts weather of different states for next few days
New Delhi: Telangana and Andhra Pradesh states that it will get rains from 11th of this month, according to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). It has revealed that in the next five days, there will be different weather conditions in different regions. From Monday morning to Tuesday morning in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Chandigarh, Punjab, Delhi and West Bengal have been affected by thunder and light rains. Air raids in eastern Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. The extreme tropical climate conditions are due to current developments and the same conditions in the Himalayan region 13th of this month. In the southern peninsula area, the situation is likely to occur next week. Due to these conditions, thunderous rains and thunderstorm have been reported from northwestern, central, eastern and northeastern regions this month.
Ap and Telangana
According to the Indian Meteorological Department, Telangana and AP are likely to get rainfall, thunderstorm it will continue for three days from 11th. In the meanwhile, heavy rains have also been threatened. Visakhapatnam weather department will issue warnings from time to time and people should look at them. Kerala, southern Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry have announced a moderate rainfall for the next five days. 9, 10, 11 and 12 will have heavy rainfall in southern Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. On the 9th, Kerala, Assam and Meghalaya areas will be hit by heavy rains. The Vidarbha region in Maharashtra has been described as hot winds. On the 11th and 12th of April in Uttar Pradesh, the heavy rains will hit heavy rains in Rajasthan and Maharashtra.
People should be alert: IMD Director General
IMD Director K. Jayaram Ramesh spoke to media in Delhi on Tuesday. The people should be alert to the conditions of the atmosphere. At the time of rain fall, the shelter under trees should be avoided in places such as bushes, Recently, there have been a windbreak in 20 states and it will happen before the arrival of monsoon. Kerala, Karnataka, North-East, Jharkhand, Orissa and Bengal are the most affected. Dusting of sand in Rajasthan would have impact on the dusty areas of Delhi, but once the rain would fall, the impact of dust would be reduced. He said that strong winds on Monday night at a speed of 70 km in Delhi. Delhi, Noida and Guragam people have suffered serious hardship.