The India Meteorological Division (IMD) on Tuesday mentioned an intense spell of rainfall is prone to proceed over south Peninsular India and north Maharashtra until July 6 and over Gujarat until July 8. The central climate forecasting company issued heavy rain alerts for a number of districts of Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal until July 8.
In its newest climate bulletin, the IMD mentioned heavy to very heavy rainfall could be very prone to proceed over Southern India throughout the subsequent three days. It additionally predicted remoted ‘extraordinarily heavy rainfall’ over north Kerala and Coastal and ghat areas of south inside Karnataka on July 4. The IMD has issued a ‘purple alert’ for six districts of Kerala and Karnataka.
In Kerala, a purple alert has been issued for Idukki, Kannur, and Kasaragod; whereas in Karnataka, an alert has been issued for Uttar Kannada, Udupi, and Dakshin Kannada on Tuesday.
For Wednesday, the IMD has issued an ‘orange’ alert for 12 districts of Kerala and a ‘yellow’ alert for one – Kollam. For Karnataka, the climate workplace has issued an ‘orange’ alert for six districts – Belgaum, Uttar Kannada, Bellary, Shimoga, Chikmagalur, and Dakshin Kannada.
Within the western area, the climate division has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall over Goa and Ghat areas of central Maharashtra throughout the subsequent 5 days and over Gujarat on July 6 and seven.
“Remoted extraordinarily heavy falls additionally possible over Konkan & Goa and ghat areas of Madhya Maharashtra on fifth and sixth July and over Gujarat on seventh July,” the IMD mentioned.
For Gujarat, the IMD has issued a ‘purple alert’ for 3 districts – Amreli, Gir Somnath, and Valsad – and a ‘yellow alert’ for Surat, Navsari, Bhavnagar, Botad, and Surendranagar for July 7.
Within the northern half, heavy rainfall could be very possible over Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh throughout the subsequent 5 days. East Uttar Pradesh is anticipated to obtain heavy showers until July 6, and Punjab and Haryana until July 8. East Rajasthan is prone to see heavy rainfall from July 5 to eight and West Rajasthan on July 7 and eight.
Within the east and adjoining Northeast India, ‘pretty widespread’ to ‘remoted heavy’ rainfall could be very possible over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, and Odisha throughout the subsequent 5 days. Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, and Manipur are additionally anticipated to witness heavy rainfall throughout the subsequent three days.