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Weather Forecast Today Live Updates: Most of northeast India to witness extremely heavy falls today

Weather Forecast Today Live Updates: A decrease in rainfall activity is likely over the west coast and peninsular India from July 16, according to the latest IMD bulletin.

By: Express Web Desk | Mumbai, New Delhi, Pune |
Updated: July 16, 2021 1:51:51 pm
Hyderabad: Waterlogged Malakpet Road after heavy rains, in Hyderabad, Wednesday evening, July 14, 2021. (PTI Photo)

Weather Forecast Today Live Updates: Widespread rainfall is set to continue over Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and most of  Northeast India for the next 24 hours, the India Meteorological Department said on Friday. Extremely heavy falls can be expected at isolated places, it warned.

The Met department in its latest bulletin also predicted very heavy falls in Goa, Konkan, coastal Karnataka, parts of West Bengal, Sikkim, Arunachal, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry today. 

However, there will be a decrease in overall rainfall activity over the west coast and peninsular India from today. 

On the northern front, Punjab, Haryana, parts of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh are set for heavy showers from July 17 to July 19. Delhi will also witness heavy rain at isolated places during the same period. 

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Heavy rainfall likely over Karnataka and Goa today; decline in showers over west coast from July 16. Follow this space for the latest updates.

13:51 (IST)16 Jul 2021
Delhi gets 36% less rainfall than normal so far

With monsoons arriving on Tuesday, three areas in Delhi have either got normal or excess rainfall.

Delhi’s overall rain deficit, however, still remains 36 per cent, down from over 50 per cent two days ago. The city was expected to get 159.6 mm of rain between June 1 and July 15 but has got only 101.4 mm so far.Only North Delhi has got excess rainfall – 35 per cent above normal – while North West and New Delhi areas are in the normal range.

12:43 (IST)16 Jul 2021
Photo| Mumbai overnight rains leads to waterlogging

After the overnight rains in Mumbai on Friday, waterlogging at Shashtri Nagar near Mithi River, Kurla.

12:40 (IST)16 Jul 2021
Heavy downpour in Mumbai, major areas in the city waterlogged

After meagre rains were received all through Thursday, Mumbai saw a downpour through the night and in the early hours of Friday, leading to 27 roads being inundated, 85 bus routes diverted and 250 people evacuated from the Mithi River banks.

Extremely heavy rain was recorded at the India Meteorological Department (IMD) Santacruz observatory at 253.3mm, which is the second highest 24-hour rainfall in a decade. The Thursday night downpour is also the highest rainfall recorded this season. In 2019, the city had recorded 375.2mm on July 2, which was the highest 24-hour rain in the month between 2015 and 2020. In 2018, it was 184.3mm (July 10), 163.4mm in 2017 (July 18), 114.5mm in 2016 (July 30), and 61 mm in 2015 (July 21).

11:23 (IST)16 Jul 2021
Pune city’s seasonal rainfall at 23% deficit, light spells predicted today

Pune city will experience partly cloudy sky conditions on Friday with chances of light to moderate intensity rain (2.4mm to 64.4mm in 24-hours), the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said in its latest bulletin.

The MET department has also predicted ghat areas in the district to receive heavy spells today.

There is an east west shear-zone running across the State alongside the presence of a low pressure system over Vidarbha.

10:43 (IST)16 Jul 2021
Mumbai recorded heavy rainfall in the last 24 hours, more expected today
10:42 (IST)16 Jul 2021
🌧️ Rain warnings for today

🌧️The India Meteorological Department in its latest bulletin has predicted very heavy falls in Goa, Konkan, coastal Karnataka, parts of West Bengal, Sikkim, Arunachal, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry today. 

Widespread rainfall will continue over Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and most of Northeast India for the next 24 hours. 

12:05 (IST)15 Jul 2021
Four injured as roof of building collapses due to heavy rain in central Delhi

Delhi food minister Imran Hussain on Wednesday said four persons were injured after a roof of a house collapsed due to rain in the Ballimaran area in the central part of the city. The minister visited the place and took to Twitter to inform about the incident. "The roof of a house was reported to have collapsed in Ballimaran assembly due to rain. Visited and took stock of the situation, four people were injured who were admitted to the hospital, instructed the SDM to pay compensation. (PTI)

12:04 (IST)15 Jul 2021
MeT Dept forecasts light rain or thundershowers in Delhi on Thursday

The meteorological department has predicted light rain or thundershowers in Delhi on Thursday. The city had received the first rain of the monsoon season on Tuesday, 16 days after the usual date of June 27. While the minimum temperature was recorded at 23.4 degrees Celsius, four notches below the normal; the maximum temperature is expected to settle around 35 degrees Celsius, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). The relative humidity at 8.30 am was 89 per cent. (PTI)

10:57 (IST)15 Jul 2021
Cloudy skies and light rain over Pune on Thursday

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast light to moderate rainfall (2.4mm to 64.4mm in 24-hours) over Pune city on Thursday. Ghat areas in the district could receive heavy spells.

The southwest monsoon is active over Maharashtra and will remain so till early next week.

During the last 24-hours, very light to rainfall traces were reported over Pune. Read the full report here. 

10:04 (IST)15 Jul 2021
Eight dead in rain-related incidents in Kangra

Six bodies were recovered in Boh valley following a landslide triggered by heavy rains which altogether claimed eight lives in Kangra district, police said on Wednesday.

According to the police, a Punjabi Singer died after he fell into a nullah.

Manmeet Singh, a resident of Amritsar, had gone to Kareri lake with his friends. His body was recovered from Salli by a police team on Tuesday night.

Kangra Deputy Commissioner Nipun Jindal Jindal said six people have died and four others are reported missing after a landslide hit Boh valley on Monday.

"One team is working in Boh valley, where so far six dead bodies have been recovered and four persons are still missing there. The DSP and SDM concerned are there at the spot," he said.

One death was reported on Monday, four bodies were recovered on Tuesday night and another body was recovered on Wednesday morning, Jindal said. (ENS Punjab)

09:37 (IST)15 Jul 2021
Moderate to severe thunderstorm, lightning likely in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana

Moderate to severe thunderstorms accompanied with lightning are expected in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, UP and East Rajasthan over the next 24 hours, according to the Indian Meteorological Department's (IMD) latest weather bulletin. 

09:37 (IST)15 Jul 2021
Moderate to severe thunderstorm, lightning likely in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana

Moderate to severe thunderstorms accompanied with lightning are expected in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, UP and East Rajasthan over the next 24 hours, according to the Indian Meteorological Department's (IMD) latest weather bulletin. 

A man covers himself with polythene on a flooded street in Jammu, Monday, July 12, 2021.(AP Photo)

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) Wednesday said heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely to occur at a few places with extremely heavy falls at isolated places over Konkan and Goa.

In its latest bulletin, the weather agency said heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely over ghat area of Madhya Maharashtra and Telangana, coastal Karnataka, isolated places over Gujarat region and Marathwada. Heavy rain is also predicted at isolated places over Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi, west Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim, Odisha, Andaman and Nicobar islands, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura, Saurashtra and Kutch, coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam, interior Karnataka, Kerala and Mahe and Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal.

The IMD had on Tuesday said Southwest monsoon has advanced across the country. The monsoon took 40 days in order to complete its onset bringing delayed arrival of monsoon in north and northwest.

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