Dehradun: According to a report released by the Meteorological Department, light to moderate rainfall is expected in the next 24 hours with thundershowers in hilly areas of Kumaon and Garhwal areas of the state. Meanwhile, the weather has been clear in almost all parts of the capital Dehradun since Saturday morning. Chardham Yatra routes are also smooth.
A yellow alert has also been issued by the met department. According to IMD, the sky will remain clear and partly cloudy in the capital Dehradun and adjoining areas. In some areas, clouds are likely to develop, with strong thunder, but rainfall is unlikely. On the other hand, it was cloudy in the vicinity of Dehradun on Friday. There was also light drizzle in some areas. The drizzle also brought down the maximum and minimum temperatures, giving people a sigh of relief from the heat.
Meanwhile, people are shocked by the landslide in Rajnagar on the Rishikesh-Badrinath highway due to continuous rains. Members Naveen Navani and Vijay Khanduri said that the houses of several persons, including Hemant, Gajendra, Durga Prasad, Pan Singh have been hit by landslides. At the same time, the drinking water line supplying to the city was also broken due to landslides. Municipal EO Ankit Rana and Tehsildar Surendra Singh Dev inspected all landslide-affected areas of the city. He said security arrangements will be made in all the affected areas.