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Weather will change suddenly in Uttarakhand, warning of torrential rain in 7 districts

Meteorological Center Uttarakhand has issued provisional weather forecast and predicted heavy rain in 7 districts

Rudraprayag: Incessant rain in the state has become a cause of disaster. Roads are closed at many places in the mountainous areas. Rural areas have lost contact with the headquarters. Meanwhile, Meteorological Center Uttarakhand has issued provisional weather forecast and predicted heavy rain in 7 districts.

A yellow alert has been issued regarding this. According to meteorologists, there is a possibility of heavy showers in the next few hours in Dehradun, Nainital, Tehri, Pauri, Haridwar, Pithoragarh and Uttarkashi districts of Uttarakhand state. In view of this, a yellow alert has been issued.

Light to moderate rain and thundershowers are likely to develop at some places over all the districts of the state. Moderate to heavy rain is expected in four districts during the next 24 hours. Especially in Bageshwar, Pithoragarh, Nainital and Champawat districts, heavy rains may occur during this period. According to meteorologists, there is a possibility of rain and lightning in some areas with strong thunder.

In view of the possibility of heavy rains in these four districts, instructions have been issued to the district administration and officials related to disaster management to remain alert. On the previous day, 35 mm of rain was recorded in Dehradun.

Similarly, Mussoorie recorded 25 mm of rain, Kedarnath 18 mm and Yamkeshwar 32 mm. Talking about other areas, BRO’s Tawaghat-Lipulekh road is closed in Malghat due to continuous rain in Pithoragarh. Yamunotri Highway was also closed due to landslide in Ranichatti.

Stones are falling continuously from the hill on Gangotri Highway. Due to which there is a problem in opening the highway. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for heavy rains till September 24 across the state. On behalf of the department, the district administration and officials related to disaster management have been instructed to remain alert.

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