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Monsoon Update Today: Including Uttar Pradesh Heavy rains will occur in many states

During the period of 28th July to 1st August, Northwest India is expected to witness light to moderate fairly widespread to widespread rainfall, with isolated instances of heavy rainfall. Specific regions and dates with rainfall predictions are as follows:

  • Uttarakhand: Fairly widespread to widespread rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall from 28th July to 1st August.
  • Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, and West Uttar Pradesh: Light to moderate fairly widespread to widespread rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall on 28th and 29th July.
  • East Uttar Pradesh: Fairly widespread to widespread rainfall from 28th July to 1st August.
  • Rajasthan and Jammu and Kashmir: Rainfall expected on 28th July 2023.

Central India – Rainfall Expectations For Central India, light to moderate fairly widespread to widespread rainfall is likely on the 28th and 29th of July. Additionally, isolated instances of heavy rainfall are expected on the 28th of July. Specific regions with possible heavy rainfall are:

  • East Madhya Pradesh: Isolated very heavy rainfall on 28th July.
  • Chhattisgarh: Isolated very heavy rainfall on 28th July.
  • Vidarbha: Isolated very heavy rainfall on 28th July.

West India – Rainfall Expectations West India is anticipated to experience light to moderate fairly widespread to widespread rainfall, with isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall in certain regions. The following areas are affected on specific dates:

  • Konkan & Goa and ghat areas of Madhya Maharashtra: Continuation of rainfall with isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall on 28th and 29th July.
  • Gujarat Region: Rainfall expected on 28th July 2023.
  • Mumbai city & adjoining areas: Isolated very heavy rainfall likely on 28th July.

Monsoon season is a crucial period for India, bringing much-needed water to replenish reservoirs, nourish agricultural lands, and support ecosystems. However, excessive rainfall can also lead to floods and disruptions. The meteorological department continuously monitors and forecasts the weather to help authorities and citizens take necessary precautions and make informed decisions.

During such weather events, it is crucial for people living in the affected regions to stay alert and follow the guidance of local authorities. Precautions may include avoiding flooded areas, maintaining communication with emergency services, and ensuring proper drainage systems are in place.

As India continues to rely heavily on monsoon rains for agricultural productivity and water resources, accurate weather forecasts play a vital role in mitigating risks and ensuring the safety and well-being of the populace.

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