The heavy rains in Delhi have surely relieved the national capital of the scorching summer heat. While the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a Yellow alert in Delhi for two days from Monday to Wednesday, which clearly states that the national capital Delhi is expected to receive light to medium rainfall.
Delhi is expected to receive rainfall for the next 6 days. While the heavy rainfall in Uttrakhand has caused the water level in rivers to rise. A cloudburst in Uttarkashi has also been reported which took away the lives of 3 and, 4 people are still missing in the Mando village.
Flood-like situations have arisen in Mumbai once again, and the IMD has stated that the regions of the country including the north-India can expect heavy to very heavy rainfall. While the most affected regions due to this heavy rainfall can be Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab.
An alert of heavy rainfall has been issued in 17 districts of Uttrakhand including, Uttarkashi, Pauri, Bageshwar, Nainital, Almora, Dehradun, and Pithoragarh.
A warning of heavy rainfall has been issued in 11 districts of Madhya Pradesh, 9 districts of Uttar Pradesh, and Himachal Pradesh.