Rainfall alerts in several states of India

Rainfall alerts in several states of India

The temperature has dropped in several parts of India, whereas many regions are in the orange and yellow zone, according to the Indian meteorological department. Several states have been notified about the rainfall, and many of them, like Maharashtra, Gujrat, Delhi, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan, have been lashed by heavy rain and thunderstorms.

Many regions of Maharashtra are in the orange zone, like Hingoli, Nanded, and Latur, and parts like Solapur, palghar, Ahmednagar, Nashik, Satara, and Jalgaon have been predicted to experience thunderstorms, hailstorms, and lightning.

The minimum temperature has reached 14 degrees Celsius in Delhi, and the region faced 24-hour rainfall showers on Monday. And according to IMD prediction, Delhi will have chilling weather for several days.

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According to the weather broadcasting agency, the northeast region will face a fresh spell of rainfall in the coming days; states like Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi, and Rajasthan are included.

In Maharashtra, crops spread over 66,000 hectares have been destroyed. And it’s been tough for farmers in Madhya Pradesh as rainfall damaged crops across 20 districts. Unseasonal rain also triggers many health-related issues, like respiratory diseases and viruses. Swine flu, dengue, and malaria will be among the highly spread illnesses in this kind of weather conditions.

Unseasonal rainfall cause various problems in society. Many people from weaker sections of humanity will face multiple health-related issues due to this unseasonal rainfall as they don’t have the proper facilities to tackle these problems.

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