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Weather Update: IMD forecasts Widespread showers in Bihar, Manipur & other Southern states

Weather Update: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Sunday, forecasted heavy rain in many parts of the country for the next few days. On Monday, IMD predicts widespread or heavy rainfall with thunderstorms and lightning over Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura.

The meteorological department had earlier forecasted that Pune would likely have cloudy sky and mild rain through August 31.

According to the IMD, on August 29 Bihar and eastern Uttar Pradesh are anticipated to get fairly widespread or widespread light to moderate rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall, thunderstorms, and lightning.

“Fairly widespread/widespread light/moderate rainfall with isolated heavy falls and thunderstorm/lightning very likely over Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand on 28th & 29th August, 2022,” said IMD in a series of tweets.

Over the next four days, West Bengal and Sikkim in the sub-Himalaya are also predicted to have light to moderate widespread rainfall.

North Interior Karnataka, Telangana, and Rayalaseema in the southern region of India are expected to experience widespread light to moderate rainfall with isolated heavy showers and thunderstorms from August 28 to 30, according to the forecast agency.

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Similar weather is expected today in coastal Andhra Pradesh and through August 31 in interior Karnataka.

Over the next five days, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Mahe, and coastal Karnataka will all expect fairly widespread to widespread light to moderate rainfall with isolated heavy rains and thunderstorms, according to the IMD.


Three members of a family died in a landslide at Kudiyathoor in the Idukki district, and two more are reported to be missing. Rescue operations are in progress. Police, revenue officials, the fire department, and locals are trying to locate the missing people.


In rain-soaked Rajasthan, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot conducted an aerial survey of flood-hit areas in Karauli district on Saturday, stating that relief for the damage will be provided following the survey.

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The chief minister later stated that rainfall in the entire state has been abundant, which has benefited crops and is likely to improve production. Some tehsils in four to five districts have received heavy rains which created problems for people, he said, adding that there was no loss of life. He stated that the amount of funding for damage will be determined by guidelines following a survey.

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