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Monsoon Update: Till August 1, it will rain in many places including Northeast India

South India is expected to witness light to moderate fairly widespread to widespread rainfall, with isolated instances of heavy rainfall. On 28th July, the following regions are likely to experience significant rainfall:

  • Coastal & North Interior Karnataka: Fairly widespread to widespread rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall.
  • Telangana: Isolated very heavy rainfall expected.

Monsoon plays a crucial role in replenishing water sources, supporting agriculture, and maintaining ecological balance. However, heavy rainfall can also lead to challenges like waterlogging and floods. It is essential for residents in these regions to stay vigilant and be prepared for any adverse weather conditions.

East India – Rainfall Expectations East India is anticipated to receive light to moderate fairly widespread to widespread rainfall, with isolated heavy rainfall during the specified dates. The following regions and dates are likely to experience significant rainfall:

  • Odisha: Fairly widespread to widespread rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall from 28th July to 1st August.
  • Sub-Himalaya West Bengal & Sikkim: Light to moderate fairly widespread to widespread rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall on the 28th and 29th of July.
  • Jharkhand: Fairly widespread to widespread rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall from 29th July to 1st August.
  • Bihar: Fairly widespread to widespread rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall on 30th July and 1st August.
  • Isolated very heavy rainfall is likely over Sikkim & Odisha on 28th July.

It is crucial for residents in these regions to stay informed about weather updates and take necessary precautions to ensure safety and mitigate any potential risks associated with heavy rainfall.

Northeast India – Rainfall Expectations Northeast India is expected to experience light to moderate fairly widespread rainfall, with isolated instances of heavy rainfall. The following regions are likely to be affected during the specified date:

  • Arunachal Pradesh: Isolated very heavy rainfall likely on 28th July.
  • Assam & Meghalaya: Isolated very heavy rainfall likely on 28th July.

Monsoon is a critical weather phenomenon for the entire country, and accurate weather forecasts play a significant role in preparing communities for any potential impacts. Authorities and citizens must be prepared to respond to any emergencies that may arise due to heavy rainfall.

During monsoon season, it is essential to monitor weather updates and follow safety guidelines issued by local authorities. Taking proactive measures can help mitigate risks and ensure the well-being of residents and their property. The meteorological department continues to monitor weather patterns to provide timely and accurate information, aiding in preparedness and response efforts.

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