IMD forecasts heavy to very heavy rainfall in certain states until August 10 in the monsoon tracker; check the forecast.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has provided a detailed forecast for the upcoming weather conditions. According to their predictions, there will be heavy to very heavy rainfall in the next two days across various regions. Specifically, Uttarakhand, north Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Sikkim, and Northeast India are expected to experience these intense rainfall patterns.

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In response to this, the weather department has issued an orange alert for regions including Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Assam, Meghalaya, Bihar, and East Uttar Pradesh, where heavy to very heavy rains are anticipated.

Turning our attention to the weather conditions in Delhi today, the weather office has given a detailed outlook. They are forecasting a generally cloudy sky on Tuesday. Furthermore, they expect the maximum temperature to reach around 35 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature to be approximately 27 degrees Celsius.

As we move forward to August 9th, an orange alert has been issued for heavy to very heavy rainfall in East Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and West Uttar Pradesh.

In the Northwest India region, the IMD’s predictions point towards isolated heavy rainfall activity in Uttarakhand from August 7th to 10th, as well as in Uttar Pradesh from August 7th to 9th. Additionally, there’s a forecast for isolated very heavy rainfall in East Uttar Pradesh on August 7th to 9th, and in Uttarakhand and West Uttar Pradesh on August 9th.

Shifting focus, the weather department expects subdued rainfall activity in the rest of the parts during the upcoming 7 days.

Moving to East India, the IMD anticipates isolated heavy rainfall activity in West Bengal & Sikkim on August 7th and 8th, and in Bihar and Jharkhand from August 7th to 9th. There’s also the possibility of isolated very heavy rainfall in Bihar on August 7th and 8th.

In the Northeast India region, the forecast includes isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall activity in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, and Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura.

For the Central, West, and South India regions, the IMD expects subdued rainfall activity in the next 7 days.

Looking ahead to the months of August and September, the IMD’s predictions indicate that India is likely to experience normal rainfall during the second half of the monsoon season in those months. This forecast comes after significant parts of the country faced flood-like situations due to extreme heavy precipitation in July, resulting in damage to both life and property.

The weather department further clarifies that the El Nino phenomenon is not expected to impact the Indian Monsoon for the second half. Traditionally, El Nino leads to weakened monsoon winds and dry weather in India. For August 2023, the IMD forecasts that the monthly rainfall over the entire country will likely be below normal.

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