Chhattisgarh Weather: Orange and yellow alert in Chhattisgarh for 24 hours, problems may increase in these districts

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Chhattisgarh Weather: Orange and yellow alert in Chhattisgarh for 24 hours, problems may increase in these districts
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Chhattisgarh Weather Today: The rainy season in Chhattisgarh has been intermittently intermittently in Chhattisgarh. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has once again issued a rain and yellow alert for the next 24 hours. During this period, there is a possibility of lightning falling in many places with thunderstorms. New Orange Alert and Yellow Alert have been issued. According to the Meteorological Department, in the next 24 hours, there may be heavy rains in many districts of Raipur, Durg and Bastar divisions. In some places, there is a possibility of thunderstorms with thunder lightning. Apart from this, Yellow alert has also been issued in Janjgir-Champa of Bilaspur.

Orange alert districts Orange alert has been issued for some other districts including Bastar, Sukma, Kondagaon, Bijapur and Kanker

Yellow alert districts Yellow alert has been issued for Raipur, Janjgir-Champa, Kabirdham, Durg and Bemetara districts

Situation of burning in many places in the capital Raipur On Tuesday too, there has been continuous rains in many parts of the state. The capital Raipur also received heavy rains, due to which waterlogging in many areas of the city was seen. The road in Gayatri Nagar was submerged. The situation is that there was a situation of waterlogging in the BJP office Integral Campus. The road in front of the Integral Complex showed the situation due to waterlogging.

monsoon is active According to the Meteorological Department, the monsoon extends to Dronika Nalia, Ahmedabad, Indore, Mandla, Raigad, the center of low pressure and then to the north Andaman Sea to 1.5 km height. A subsequent coastal is located in Orissa and the Bay of North West Bengal adjoining it. Along with this, the upper air cyclonic circle is extended to a height of 7.6 km. It is likely to move in the west-north-west direction.

Transport may affect The Meteorological Department issued an alert, stating that the effect of floods in the rain in 24 hours may increase. The fields can drown in low -lying areas and crops can be submerged. Railways and road transport are also expected to affect water logging. The department has asked the people of the apprehensive areas to be vigilant.

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