Weather Forecast: ‘Akashi Kahar’ will rain in these areas including Mumbai, thunderstorm likely


new Delhi. On one hand, the entire country is battling the coronavirus. On the other hand, natural havoc in some parts ( Weather forecast ) Also continues. In Telangana and Mumbai, many people have lost their lives due to ‘sky havoc’. At the same time, the meteorological department ( IMD alert ) Said that more heavy rains are likely. According to IMD, Mumbai will be cloudy and light rain is also expected. At the same time, thunder is likely to rain in many districts of Telangana.

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Thunderstorms likely in some parts of the country

IMD said that Mumbai will not get rain as before, but it will be cloudy and light rain may occur. At the same time, thunder is likely to splatter in Kolkata. Also it can be cloudy. Apart from this, there is a possibility of thunder showers in many districts of Telangana. IMD says that there may be thunderstorms in Nalgonda, Mahbubnagar, Khammam, Suryadatta, Yadadri-Bhongir, Jango, Guntur, Rangareddy, Nagerkurnool districts. Apart from this, strong winds can also prevail here. At the same time, there is a possibility of rain with strong winds in many districts of Andhra Pradesh. Heavy rains are expected in Visakhapatnam, Prakasam, West Godavari, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Krishna, East Godavari, Guntur. There may also be light showers with thunderstorms. Hence, Orange alert has also been issued in some places.

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Weather conditions will remain in these areas

The Meteorological Department says that apart from these states, the weather is likely to remain clear in Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar, Ladakh. At the same time, the North-East state of Guwahati will be cloudy with fog. There will also be fog. Apart from this, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat are likely to get more rain due to depression in the Arabian Sea. Regarding the national capital of the country, IMD says that there has been a slight improvement in the air quality here. The quality index was recorded at 251. The rainfall intensity has decreased in some areas of Maharashtra. Apart from this, the weather is expected to be normal in most areas of the country. Significantly, Telangana, Mumbai and Pune have received heavy rainfall in the last few days. More than 50 people have died due to heavy rains. However, many walls and houses have been damaged. At the same time, public life was completely disturbed due to water logging on the roads.


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