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Trending news: Due to heavy rains in Pune, Maharashtra, the city became ‘Samandar’, trouble due to landslides in Uttarakhand – Hindustan News Hub

Rainfall Alert in India: Monsoon is active in many parts of the country even in the beginning of October. Due to the Cyclone Circulation over the Bay of Bengal, there is a possibility of some delay in the withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon from the country. Due to this, there is a possibility of rain in many areas including Uttar Pradesh, MP, East Rajasthan, Delhi from October 5. In many parts of Maharashtra, the situation is still bad due to rain.

People had to face a lot of problems due to water logging situation in Pune, Maharashtra due to heavy rains. At the same time, due to the landslide in Uttarakhand, the problems of the people increased.

Rain in Maharashtra’s Pune

It rained so much in Pune, Maharashtra that the city looked like a sea. Seeing the waves of water flowing on the roads, it seemed as if a nearby river broke the limits and started flowing in the city. Before the rain, the strong wind scared the people. Trees fell at many places. The blow of wind and water was so strong that a part of the roof of the collector’s office fell on the vehicles parked there, breaking the windows of many vehicles. Rain water flooded some colonies in Pune, leaving many people stranded.

disaster on the mountains

After heavy rain, it is now raining stones on the mountains. After the land slipped in Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand, the process of falling of boulders from the mountain started, then it is not taking the name of ending. At first it seemed that the falling of the stones would stop in some time, but gradually it took a formidable form and the road was covered with debris, which closed the way for the passers-by. This is the condition of Gangotri National Highway. It was told that similar incidents are happening in different parts of Uttarkashi for the last few days, due to which many roads in the area are closed.

Chance of rain in Karnataka

In the latest weather forecast, it has been said that some parts of Karnataka may receive rain from October. The Karnataka State Natural Disaster Monitoring Center has forecast light to moderate rain with isolated heavy rains over North Interior Karnataka and Coastal districts, while very light to moderate rains are likely over South Interior Karnataka and Malnad districts.

Chance of rain in Odisha

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday predicted heavy rainfall in Odisha during the period from October 2 to October 5. According to the IMD, a cyclonic circulation is likely to emerge over northeast and adjoining east-central Bay of Bengal on October 1. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rain activities in many parts of the state during the upcoming Durga Puja festival. There is a possibility of heavy rain at isolated places in Balasore, Bhadrak, Kendrapara and Jagatsinghpur districts.

In which states it rains in October

Due to Hurricane Noru, the cyclonic circulation formed in the northeast direction over the Bay of Bengal is likely to move towards Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, due to which there is a possibility of good rain in the Gangetic plains. According to the Meteorological Department (IMD), the withdrawal of monsoon usually starts from September 20, but due to the weather system prevailing over UP and MP, this time it may stop till October 13. There is a possibility of rain in some areas of MP, Uttar Pradesh, East Rajasthan, Delhi and Haryana from October 5.

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