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Uttar Pradesh: Nine people Die as Rain Causes Havoc in UP, Continues to Fall in Delhi, Tamil Nadu on Alert

Uttar Pradesh: Many areas of the country were still experiencing heavy rains on Sunday, which disrupted daily life and inconvenienced the general populace. Even though the India Meteorological Department (IMD) officials issued a forecast for further rain across the state in the following 24 hours, up to nine persons perished in weather-related accidents in Uttar Pradesh. Delhi received a lot of rain, and reports of waterlogging and traffic jams came from all throughout the city. The national capital’s rain has persisted through a third day, affecting daily activity.
Due to a weather warning for heavy rain on October 10 for Lucknow, Noida, Gaziabad, Kanpur, and Agra, all students up to class XII have been excused from school.

IMD reported that UP received 22.5mm of rain on average on Sunday, which is 2396% more than the day’s “long period average” (LPA), PTI reported.

Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are on alert

Districts in Tamil Nadu should expect significant rainfall until October 11, according to the IMD.

For the upcoming few days, there is a forecast for significant rainfall in Krishnagiri, Tiruvannamalai, Cuddalore, Kallakurichi, Namakkal, Coimbatore, Thanjavur, Tiruvarur, Myladuthurai, Tirupattur, Ranipet, Vellore, Erode, Namakkal, Karaikkal, and Puducherry.
Additionally, Karnataka’s coastal regions as well as its north and south interior districts are expected to see heavy and thundering rain. Yellow alerts have been issued for districts in North Karnataka including Bagalkot, Belagavi, Dharwad, Gadag, Kalaburagi, Raichur, Koppal, Yadgir, and Vijayapura until October 11.

IMD issued a bulletin stating that “scattered/fairly widespread light to moderate rainfall with isolated heavy falls and thunderstorm/lightning is very likely over Rayalaseema and Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Karaikal during September 9 through September 13; coastal Andhra Pradesh and Yanam and Telangana on September 9 through September 13; north and south interior Karnataka during September 10 through September 11; and over Kerala on September 9 and October 10, 2022.”


Residents of Agra, Uttar Pradesh, called their neighbourhoods “Narak Puri,” “Keechad Nagar,” “Ghinona Nagar,” and “Nala Sarovar” to protest against a variety of problems, such as poor road conditions and waterlogging.

“The district office hasn’t offered us any assistance. We have voiced our complaints to everyone and anyone—MPs, MLAs, and concerned departments—but in vain. Politicians visit this area merely to solicit votes before leaving, “A native told ANI.


Cloudy skies with light rain and a few isolated thunderstorms have been predicted by the Regional MeT Centre for the capital. On Sunday, waterlogging was reported in a number of locations, which caused gridlock around the city.
A two-story building’s roof fell on Sunday night, killing a 4-year-old girl and injuring nine others. The incident happened in Farash Khana, close to Lahori Gate in the heart of Delhi. Personnel from the NDRF and other governmental organisations were there in addition to the Delhi Police and Fire Department.

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It rained heavily in a few areas of Uttar Pradesh on Sunday, and additional rain is expected on Monday. Several districts have declared holidays for schools.

The Balrampur-Badhri National Highway 730 was hampered by traffic when it was flooded by torrential rains that disturbed daily life in Uttar Pradesh. According to district officials, precipitation in villages inside the Balrampur tehsil has swamped standing crops covering thousands of hectares.

On Sunday, lightning strikes in the Kanpur Dehat district claimed the lives of two people and more than eight animals.

The Bahraich district experienced flooding as a result of the heavy rains. According to District Magistrate Dinesh Chandra Singh, 60 villages in the Nanpara and Mihipurva tehsils have reported flood-like conditions as a result of the excessive rain. The residents were relocated to flood shelters safely.

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The meteorological office has issued its most recent weather bulletin, which predicts heavy rain for the next two days in Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, West Madhya Pradesh, and East Rajasthan.

“The next five days will witness heavy rains in Tamilnadu and Rayalaseema, and the next day will see heavy rains in Telangana and coastal Andhra Pradesh.

and across coastal Telangana & Andhra Pradesh over the next 24 hours, “IMD stated.


On Sunday, rain fell in a few areas of Rajasthan, and the weather service forecast further rain for the day.

According to Radheshyam Sharma, director of the Jaipur Meteorological Center, heavy downpours were observed in the districts of Alwar, Bharatpur, Dausa, Jaipur, Karauli, Sawai Madhopur, Udaipur, and Nagaur.

According to him, Monday’s strong rain events are probably going to be fewer. On October 10 and 11, however, light to moderate rainfall could linger over certain areas of northeast Rajasthan.

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