Heavy rainfall in many countries until August 19: IMD released fresh weather updates

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Heavy rainfall in many countries

On Sunday, the Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) released fresh weather renewal, predicting weighty rainfall in many countries until August 19. It is said to be widespread for isolated heavy rainfall. It is very likely to continue above the northeast of India and Sub-Himalaya West Bengal and Sikkim for the next 5 days. The widespread heavy rain is likely to continue in northeast India and Sub-Himalaya West Bengal and Sikkim for the next 5 days.

The Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) released fresh weather renewal on Sunday, predicting hefty rainfall in many countries until August 19. It is said to be widespread for isolated heavy rainfall. It is very likely to continue above the northeast of India and Sub-Himalaya West Bengal and Sikkim for the next 5 days.

Assam and Meghalaya are likely to be isolated until hefty rainfall on the 15th and 16th of August. Sub-Himalaya West Bengal and Sikkim witness the same weather conditions today (Sunday, August 15).

The IMD also said that expanding rainfall activities were possible on West Gangetic Bengal, Odisha, Bihar, Jharkhand, coastal Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Madhya Timur Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Vidarbha for the next 5 days.

Insulated heavy rainfall is very likely to occur on the coast of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana from 15 to 17; more than Jharkhand at 16 and 17; more than Madhya Pradesh from 17 to 19; over Chhattisgarh from 16 to 19; More than Vidarbha on 17 and August 18, the weather department said.

For Odisha, IMD has expected isolated weight until the rainfall is hefty for the next two days – from 15 to August 17. Quiet rainfall is possible in other parts of the country for the next 5 days.

On Saturday, the IMD said that the phase of “Break Monsoon” in Delhi and regions adjacent in northwestern India is likely to continue until August 18 and “good rainfall” in the last 10 days a month is expected to cover the precipitation deficit in the capital.

Safdarjung Observatory, which gives a representative rate for the capital, has recorded a slightly 63.2mm rainfall in August so far against an average of 123.1 mm – a shortage of 49 per cent – according to the Ministry of India’s Meteorology. Usually, the capital gauge is 247.7mm rainfall in August.

Mahesh Palawat Weather Skymet said the phase of “Break Monsoon”, this second season, began on August 10 and could continue until August 18.

“Phase ‘Break Monsoon’ is extended with the absence of a favorable weather system that will attract the monsun trough of the legs of the Himalayan Hill to the plains. However, a low-pressure system is developing in Bay Bay. This will travel in the west to Madhya Pradesh South and interesting The rainy season, which leads to rain in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh from August 19, “Palawat said.

Insulated heavy rainfall is very likely to occur on the coast of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana from 15 to 17; more than Jharkhand at 16 and 17; more than Madhya Timur Pradesh from 17 to 19; over Chhattisgarh from 16 to 19; More than Vidarbha on 17 and August 18, the weather department said.

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