Flood situation is being created due to these two big reasons, this was also responsible for the devastation in Kedarnath -aabtak24


Rain Updates: Heavy rains have created havoc all over North India, such pictures are coming out from all sides, which are quite frightening. Two things are believed to be the reason for this devastation, the first is the change in the monsoon winds and the second is the Western Disturbance… Due to both of these, water is causing devastation across the country. This was also told the reason for the disaster in Kedarnath in the year 2013. Experts have also warned about this. In which it has been said that the climate is changing continuously and the earth is getting warmer. Due to which the condition of rain and flood can be created worldwide. 

The lack of rain has been completed
However, due to this rain in North India, the lack of monsoon has also been removed. Especially in the last two days, there was a big change in the weather in the whole of North India. Strong winds from the Bay of Bengal were reaching north. Due to the change in monsoon winds and Western Disturbance, conditions of heavy rain were seen. According to the statement issued by the Meteorological Department, the rains in the first eight days of the month of July made up for the lack of rain across the country. The monsoon season so far has received a total of 243.2 mm of rain, which is two per cent above normal. 

Record broken in Delhi
According to the Meteorological Department, the rain has broken the record of 20 years in Delhi. According to an official of the Meteorological Department, Delhi’s primary weather station Safdarjung Observatory recorded  126.1  millimetre (mm) rain from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm. He told that this figure of rain is the highest after July 10, 2003 when 133.4 mm of rain was recorded during 24 hours.

The Meteorological Department gave this information
The Meteorological Department said that the Western Disturbance has remained over North India, while the monsoon has spread towards the south of its normal position. Also, a cyclonic circulation is persisting over Southwest Rajasthan. IMD had warned of heavy rains in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand two days ago. Apart from this, heavy rains were also forecast at isolated places over Jammu and Kashmir, and over East Rajasthan, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, and Punjab. The IMD said that there is no possibility of heavy rains in the region from July 11. 

According to the Meteorological Department, less than 15 mm of rain is light, 15 mm to 64.5 mm of rain is considered moderate, 64.5 mm to 115.5 heavy and 115.5 to 204.4 mm is considered as excessive rain. Delhi has received 137 mm of rain so far in July. On average, the city receives 209.7 mm of rainfall throughout the month.

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