Waterlogging in many areas due to heavy rains in Mumbai, alert issued in Delhi-NCR
Due to rain in Mumbai, water has started accumulating in low-lying areas.
Monsoon has knocked in many states of the country and people have started getting relief from the heat. In the national capital, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued 'Yellow' alert for Tuesday and 'Orange' alert for Wednesday. Under which a warning of moderate to heavy rain or thundershowers has been given. At the same time, rain continues in Mumbai and surrounding areas today. High tide is at 4:10 pm. Along with this, there is a possibility of rain in many states including Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Kerala.
The Meteorological Department has predicted a generally cloudy sky or light to moderate rain or thundershowers in Delhi on Tuesday. The maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be around 36 degree Celsius and 26 degree Celsius respectively. The weather in Delhi remained humid on Monday and the maximum temperature was recorded at 36.8 degree Celsius which is the normal temperature of this season. The minimum temperature was recorded at 27.4 degrees Celsius, which is the normal temperature for the season at this time of the year, while the humidity level ranged from 62 per cent to 89 per cent.
Two teams of the National Disaster Response Force have been deployed in Maharashtra's Konkan after the India Meteorological Department issued an orange alert for the next five days. An official gave this information. At the same time, due to rain in Mumbai, water has started accumulating in low-lying areas.