Heavy rains in these districts today, IMD alerts

Patna: Monsoon is on the verge of farewell in Bihar. Earlier, the rainy season is continuing in the state. On Tuesday, the Meteorological Department expressed the possibility of rain in many areas of the state. An alert of heavy rains has been issued in 5 districts including Bhagalpur. Rain is likely to occur at many places in the southeast, south-central and northeast parts of the state, while part to moderate rain is expected at one or two places in the remaining part. The departure of the monsoon from Bihar is possible only this week.

According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, heavy rains may occur in Bhagalpur, Katihar, Kishanganj, Purnia and Banka on Tuesday. At the same time, there is a warning of heavy rains in Rohtas, Bhabua, Kishanganj and Katihar on October 12. It may take three to four days for the monsoon to depart. October 12 to 15 is the tentative date for the withdrawal of monsoon from the state.  

In the capital Patna on Monday, two and a half hours of rain caused water logging in many areas. Many roads, streets and localities were filled with knee-deep water. Rainwater has accumulated on Fraser Road, Exhibition Road, SP Verma Road, and Ashok Rajpath in the city. Pedestrians suffered a lot due to the accumulation of water around the station road, Golambar. GPO Golambara to R. On the road leading to the block, it was very difficult to move the small car. Water logging was also seen around Shastri Nagar Nala, AG Colony and Electricity Board Colony. On Tuesday also there is a possibility of rain in the adjoining areas including Patna.

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