IMD Alert : Orange alert issued for heavy rain amid scorching heat, IMD told – where will clouds rain

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Today’s weather: Amidst the scorching sun and scorching heat, there is a good news for the people. The Meteorological Department estimates that some districts of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh may receive light rain with thunderstorms today and tomorrow. People who were still struggling with the heat got relief.

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It may rain in these areas
According to the Meteorological Department, there may be rain in many areas including North-Eastern states, West Bengal, Bihar and Odisha. There are also chances of lightning, strong winds, light thunder and light rain in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura.

Damage due to heavy rain in Manipur
According to IMD, there may be heavy rain in Arunachal Pradesh today. Whereas in Manipur, rain has disrupted life. Many houses were damaged and many vehicles were also damaged due to hailstorm accompanied by heavy rain in many parts of Manipur on Sunday. The official said many houses were damaged in different parts of the state, including Kanchipur and Tera in Imphal West.

Alert till Tuesday in Manipur
Hail has created holes on tin roofs and due to strong winds, mud huts have been blown away in various areas. Due to hailstorm in many areas, thick white sheets were spread. Due to hailstorm, there were cracks in the glasses of four-wheelers parked in the open. Due to strong winds, trees were also uprooted in many areas. An official said that the damage is being assessed. The Meteorological Department has issued an orange alert of heavy to very heavy rain in many northeastern states including Manipur till Tuesday.

Weather expected to be clear in Delhi today
The maximum temperature recorded in Delhi on Sunday was 41.1 degrees Celsius, which is two degrees more than the normal temperature of this season. According to the Meteorological Department, this was the highest temperature recorded so far this summer in the national capital. Earlier on April 27, the maximum temperature was recorded at 40.5 degrees Celsius.

IMD has predicted clear sky in Delhi on Monday. The maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to be 41 and 24 degrees Celsius respectively.

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