On Sunday, the Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) said that the activity of intense wet spells at this time over Madhya Pradesh and East Rajasthan would likely continue until August 3. It was predicted to be widespread until it fell very hard as possible over Madhya Pradesh for August 1.
According to the latest updates, very severely isolated waterfalls are also very possible on Madhya Pradesh Timur on Sunday (August 1) and more than Madhya Pradesh on August 1 and August 2 with August 3 reduction.
Widespread to hefty rainfall is expected to continue in East Rajasthan on August 5. IMD also said that the weight to fall is hefty, with very heavy water-insulated waterfalls likely in East Rajasthan today, August 1. For Monday, the weather office predicts severely isolated with hefty rainfall with isolated very much on the August 2 with August 3 reduction.
Rajasthan Barat is likely to witness hefty rainfall on August 1 and 2. Here, hefty isolated rainfall is expected on August 1.
The department said that the current spell of a spacious rainfall activity was very likely to continue several parts of North India with isolated heavily until it fell significantly as possible over Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh on August 1 and 02 an isolated weight afterwards.
According to the latest updates, isolated heavy waterfalls tend to Haryana during August 1 1 -5 and Himachal Pradesh during August 2 2.
It reduces rainfall activities that tend to continue more than Indian peninsular and side by side in East Central India, Maharashtra and Gujarat State for the next 3-4 days.
On Saturday, IMD had issued a red and orange warning for rainfall from very heavy to very heavy for 22 districts in Madhya Pradesh.
For hefty and weighty rainfall, the red warning is for remote places on Satna, Guna, Sheopur, Chhattaraur and Tikamgarh. Most of these districts are in North MP. Along the border with the southern part of Uttar Pradesh, said PK Saha, a senior meteorologist with the Bhopal IMD office.
Today (August 1), the IMD issued a ‘red warning’ for 10 districts in Madhya Pradesh, predicts hefty rainfall for the next 24 hours.
PK Saha, a senior meteorologist at the Bhopal IMD office, said that rainfall ranging from 115.6 mm to 204.5 mm or above with storms and lightning is very likely in remote places in Gwalior Shivpuri, Guna, Ashok Nagar, Data, Morena, Bhind, Neemuch and Mandsaur.
The weather department has issued an ‘orange warning’ for a very heavy bath until Monday morning in 16 other districts – Bhopal, Rewi, Sidhi, Sagar, Chhatarpur, Damoh, Panna, Rajgarh, Sehore, King, Vidisha, Malwa.
Madhya West Pradesh and Rajasthan Timur areas will continue to get heavy rain until 3. August 3. Madhya Pradesh can receive hefty rain isolated on August 2 with a reduction in intensity on August 3.
Weather in Delhi.
Delhi received heavy rain on Sunday morning. Today, the city woke up in the cloudy sky with light rain until it was in some morning regions.