New Delhi . In India’s southern region of Kerala, torrential rains have created a ruckus in the past and now the situation seems to be deteriorating. Flood-like situation is being witnessed in many districts due to incessant rains. The maximum effect of rain is being seen in Idukki. Meanwhile, the IMD has issued a red alert warning of heavy rain in five districts of Kerala. A red alert has been issued by the Meteorological Department for Padhanamthitta, Kottayam, Ernakulam, Idukki and Thrissur districts of the state. While the situation in Kerala has worsened due to the rains, the weather pattern in Delhi and UP is also changing rapidly. According to the Meteorological Department, Delhi will start feeling cold in the next few days. It has been informed by the Meteorological Department that there is a possibility of rain in many states including Delhi for the next two days.
After the rain, there will be a sudden change in the weather. In view of the rain on Sunday and Monday, a yellow alert has been issued from now on. According to the Meteorological Department, the monsoon started its withdrawal on October 6 as compared to the normal date of September 17, but in the last few days it has covered almost half of the country including Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and parts of Gujarat, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh. came back. It is the effect of the withdrawal of monsoon that many states are receiving rain and many have been given full chances of rain.
Conditions are becoming favorable for withdrawal of monsoon over Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, most parts of Bihar, Maharashtra, Odisha and West Bengal. The weather remained open in Uttarakhand for the last whole week in such a way that everyone was convinced that the clouds would go away, but now with the latest forecast, the state’s concern has increased once again. The Meteorological Department has issued a red alert of heavy to very heavy rain in many parts of the state on Sunday and Monday. Char Dham pilgrims may face a lot of problems as there is also a warning of light snowfall. Skymet has even predicted that the rains could be so heavy that people could be at risk due to landslides and even soil erosion.