Tribune News Service
New Delhi, July 8
The IMD has predicted “intense rain” over northern elements of India, together with Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh, between July 9 and 12.
The monsoon trough may be very prone to shift northwards in the direction of the foothills of Himalayas from July 9 onwards, the climate workplace mentioned.
In addition, moist southwesterly/southerly winds from Bay of Bengal are converging over Northeast and adjoining East and southwesterly/southerly winds from Arabian sea over the Northwest.
Under the affect of those synoptic circumstances, pretty widespread to widespread with remoted heavy to very heavy rain may be very seemingly over Western Himalayan Region, northern elements of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim and northeastern states between July 9 and 12.
Isolated extraordinarily heavy falls (≥ 20 cm) are additionally very seemingly over Uttarakhand on July 11 and 12, the IMD mentioned.
Thundershowers and rains have additionally been reported from many elements of the nation, together with the Northwest India, up to now 24 hours.
Strong winds (pace reaching 50-60 kmph) are very seemingly over Southwest, Westcentral and Northeast Arabian Sea and alongside and off Gujarat coast throughout the subsequent 48 hours, the IMD mentioned, advising fishermen to not enterprise into sea over these areas throughout subsequent 48 hours.