The Meteorological Department on Monday issued a yellow alert for heavy rains in four districts of the state including Dehradun …



The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for heavy rain in four districts of the state including Dehradun on Monday. At the same time, light to moderate rain is expected in other districts of the state. An alert of extremely heavy rainfall has not been issued anywhere.

The sun shone on Sunday morning and the weather was hot. Suddenly the weather patterns changed in the afternoon and many areas received rain. Meteorological director Bikram Singh said that there may be heavy rains in Dehradun, Pithoragarh, Bageshwar and Chamoli on Monday.
Therefore, a yellow alert has been issued. Light to moderate rains are also expected in other districts of the state. He said that at present no red alert has been issued for very heavy rains.

On Sunday, there was sunshine in the capital. At the same time, it rained in the evening. Due to which Pushta fell in Dehrakhas. However no damage is reported from him. The late rain made the weather spectacular. At the same time, only one complaint came in the Municipal Corporation Disaster Control Room.
Three districts of Kumaon received less than normal rainfall
The monsoon season has a mixed effect in Kumaon. So far, the three districts here have received less than normal rainfall and the remaining three districts have received more than normal rainfall. According to the report of the State Meteorological Center, Kumaon has the highest rainfall in Bageshwar district.

So far, more than 1,693 mm of rain has been received, which is 179 percent above normal. Whereas, till date it normally receives 607.6 mm of rain. Pithoragarh district received 1,328 mm of rain, which is 19 percent more than normal. In Udham Singh Nagar district, 858 mm rainfall has been received, which is 16 percent more than normal. This is good news for Udham Singh Nagar, being an agricultural area.

Almora district tops the districts with less rainfall. It received only 490 mm of rain, which is 19 percent less than normal. Whereas here it still rains up to 607 mm. Champawat is worried about the low rainfall. It has received only 525 mm rainfall, 44 percent less than normal. This figure is quite low. Only half of the season’s rainfall has been received here.

The situation in Nainital district is neither good nor worrisome. It has received 771 mm of rains, 23 percent less than normal, whereas till now it used to get 1000 mm of rain. According to the Meteorological Department, it will continue to rain for a month and monsoon.

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