Ranchi News: If seen, the rain (monsoon) is now at its last stage. Rain often wreaks havoc in the months of July and August. During this time the weather department appears to be in alert mode. In such a situation, now the news regarding monsoon (rain) is coming from Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand. For the past weeks, the weather here has sometimes been pleasant and sometimes heavy rains and thunderstorms have been occurring.
In such a situation, due to heavy rains in the low-lying areas of the capital Ranchi, there has been waterlogging at many places. Due to this, people’s daily life has been affected to some extent. It is being told that people are facing problems here ranging from movement of people to food items. In such a situation, the Meteorological Department has now given a big update regarding the rain.
Waterlogging at many places in the capital due to heavy rains
Yes, it has been raining heavily in Jharkhand’s capital Ranchi for the last 24 hours. In such a situation, the low lying areas of Ranchi are flooded. If reports are to be believed, IMD has given major information in this regard.
The Meteorological Department says that on September 30, i.e. for the next 4 or 5 days, other areas of the state may witness havoc due to rain and cyclone. For this reason, the Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert in many districts of the state.
Watch the video of submerged Ranchi here –
Along with rain, there is also danger of cyclone
Let us tell you that due to the changing trend of monsoon, along with rain, the danger of cyclone is also looming over many states of India. The most prominent states in this are Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand. It is being told that there is a possibility of cyclone formation from North Andaman Sea. In such a situation, it can pass through its turf line by 29th September. In which these states are mainly falling.
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