New Delhi: Monsoon has knocked across the country. The atmosphere of rain has been seen in most parts. Heavy rain is also expected for the next 4 days. Due to this, there has been a heap of trouble from the mountains to the coastal areas. Due to the cloudburst in Kullu, the drain came in spate. Many people are also estimated to have been washed away. Mumbai-Delhi has become bad due to rain. The pace of these big cities has slowed down. Delhi, Mumbai, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Kerala are witnessing rain and thundershowers. A high alert has been issued in Delhi.
Due to heavy rains in the Kullu district since night, there has been talking of damage at many places. The Choj Nala in Manikarna Valley has been flooded due to heavy rains, which have washed away restaurants and many houses built on the banks of the Parvati river. The fear of people getting lost in the accident is also being expressed. At the same time, in Rampur of Shimla district, the National Highway was closed due to a land slide after heavy rains.
High Tide Alert in Mumbai: 58.6 mm of rain has been recorded in East Mumbai and 78.69 mm of rain in the western part. Moderate to heavy rainfall is forecast for the next 48 hours. Traffic has been affected due to water logging at many places. Bus and local trains have been affected in some areas. High waves rose in the sea on Tuesday. An alert of 4 to 6 meters high tide has been issued. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has asked people to stay away from the beach.
Monsoon has arrived late in Rajasthan, but most of the districts have recorded above-normal rainfall. Monsoon has also subdued Jaipur in the first four days. Here the rain figure reached 142 mm. This figure is 74% higher than normal. According to the Meteorological Center Jaipur, on July 6, there may be heavy rain in Kota, Jhalawar, Udaipur, Chittorgarh, Dungarpur, and Banswara. On July 7 and 8, a high alert has also been issued for these districts, issuing heavy rain alerts in Kota, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Bhilwara, Jhalawar and Rajsamand.