Depression over Odisha to trigger heavy rainfall until August 11: IMD
Heavy to extraordinarily heavy rainfall (as much as 204 mm in 24 hours) will lash elements of Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and Gujarat over the following two days, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) stated on Tuesday.
The IMD has warned of heavy spells of rain on Wednesday, notably the ghat areas of Madhya Maharashtra together with districts of Pune and Satara. The warning additionally prevails for Gujarat, Saurashtra and Kutch.
The monsoon has remained energetic over the nation for the previous week. According to the Met division, the monsoon trough will stay to the south of its regular place until the top of this week.
On Tuesday, the prevailing low strain system over Odisha strengthened right into a despair. As a outcome, there shall be enhanced rainfall over central India areas between Odisha and Gujarat and Rajasthan.
“The depression will move west-northwestwards and over Chhattisgarh by Wednesday. The system will weaken into a well-marked low pressure system thereafter but cause widespread rainfall,” the IMD’s night bulletin on Tuesday stated.
Since June, the all-India rainfall has been 564 mm, seven per cent above regular. Parts of Konkan obtained very heavy rainfall on Monday and Tuesday.
The most rainfall in Maharashtra over 24 hours was recorded at Mahabaleshwar (192.2 mm), Ratnagiri (133 mm), Harnai (95 mm), Kolhapur (55 mm), Aurangabad (44 mm) and Nagpur (40 mm).