IMD forecasts heavy to very heavy rainfall in THESE states until August 26, details inside.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a weather update predicting heavy to very heavy rains in several states until August 26. The affected states include Odisha, West Bengal, Sikkim, Bihar, Assam, Meghalaya, and Arunachal Pradesh.In Himachal Pradesh, the IMD has issued a yellow alert for the day, warning of possible heavy rainfall in various districts, including Solan, Shimla, Sirmaur, Mandi, Kullu, Una, Bilaspur, and Kangra.

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Due to the southwest monsoon, Odisha has been experiencing heavy rainfall, prompting the IMD to forecast more rain until August 26. The state has already recorded 760.2 mm of rainfall, compared to the normal rainfall of 838.8 mm between June 1 and August 24.

The IMD has also issued a yellow warning for thunderstorms with lightning in several districts of Odisha until 8.30 am on Friday, and in other districts until 8.30 am on Saturday.In Delhi, the IMD has indicated that the city will witness cloudy skies over the next five days without any predicted rainfall during this period.

Moving to the IMD’s forecast for different regions:

Northwest India:

Heavy rainfall is predicted in isolated areas of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and East Uttar Pradesh on August 24 and 25.Light to moderate isolated/scattered rainfall is likely in the rest of northwest India during the week.

East India:

Isolated heavy rainfall is expected in West Bengal & Sikkim, Bihar, Odisha from August 24 to 26, and in Jharkhand on August 24 and 25.Isolated very heavy rainfall may occur in Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim, Bihar on August 24 and 25.

Northeast India:

Isolated heavy rainfall is forecasted throughout the week.Isolated very heavy rainfall is likely in Assam & Meghalaya from August 24 to 26, and in Arunachal Pradesh on August 25.

Central and South Peninsular India:

Light to moderate isolated, scattered rainfall is predicted in the rest of South Peninsular India during the week.

For the week of August 31 to September 6, the IMD anticipates isolated heavy to very heavy falls in most parts of east and northeast India. Scattered to fairly widespread rainfall with isolated heavy falls is also expected in some areas of south Peninsular India. The overall rainfall activity is projected to be normal to above normal over northeast, East, and adjoining Central India; near normal over most parts of south Peninsular India (except Maharashtra); and below normal over the rest of the country during the week.

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