New Delhi, 08 June 2020, Monday
The meteorological department has forecast heavy rains in six states, including Gujarat and Maharashtra. Heavy rains are forecast in these six states in the next three hours. These states also include Odisha, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal. It is currently raining in some of these six states and is expected to increase further in the near future.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said in its forecast that more rains are forecast in the north-western states. The meteorological department has forecast low pressure development in the Bay of Bengal in the next three hours.
As a result, heavy rains are likely in these six states. Heavy to very heavy rains are expected in Gujarat and Maharashtra while Odisha, northern part of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are likely to receive heavy to very heavy rains between the 9th and 11th. While heavy to very heavy rains are likely in Vardha of Gujarat and Maharashtra as well as West Bengal during 10th to 11th and it may start in next 5 hours only.
Uttarakhand, on the other hand, is getting colder and rainier than usual. Not only that, this change in weather is also setting a new record. This change is also being seen in the entire Bhabar-Terai region of Uttarakhand. If we look at the statistics, the average mercury in Kumaon in June dropped by 4 to 10 degrees and remained around 4. While the amount of rain that falls in the whole month of June, it fell in the last one week only.
According to meteorologists, this is the first time that the weather has been reversed. It is raining so much in Nainital that it has broken a nine-year record. On June 1, the district received 4.5 mm of rainfall. Currently, there is a sudden change in the weather in many states of the country and even in hot areas, usually in the month of June, heavy rains are falling and cold is spreading.