Rain anger alert in Chhattisgarh: Rain continues in Raipur, Durg, Bastar division; Waterlogging in Rajnandgaon Hospital, truck filled with paint flowed in Dhamtari
A new orange alert has been issued in Chhattisgarh from heavy to very heavy rainy alert. According to the Meteorological Department, in the next 24 hours, there may be heavy to very heavy rainfall in many districts of Raipur, Durg and Bastar divisions. There is also a possibility of lightning fall in one or two places. At the same time, a yellow alert of heavy rains and thunderstorms has been issued in Janjgir-Champa of Bilaspur. Water has entered Rajnandgaon Medical College Hospital due to heavy rains.
According to Raipur Meteorological Center, in the next 24 hours, Bastar, Dantewada, Bijapur, Sukma, Kondagaon, Kanker, Narayanpur, Dhamtari of the state in the next 24 hours , Mahasamund, Rajnandgaon, Balod, Gariaband, Raipur, Durg, Kabirdham, Baloda Bazar-Bhatapara, Bemetara, Janjgir-Champa and its districts are likely to have heavy rain and thunderstorms at one or two places in the districts adjoining and its districts. After this, the risk of flooding in the catchment area of river-drains, low-lying areas has increased.Read more: This girl distributing condoms in the slum settlements of Prayagraj, this appeal to women
The Meteorological Department has said that this rain may increase the effect of canals. The fields can drown and crops can be submerged. Railways and road transport can also affect the water logging. Such areas have been asked to be vigilant.
A truck filled with paint flowed into the river
A truck full of paint was washed away in the vermilion river near the city of Dhamtari. The truck coming from Andhra Pradesh to Raipur with paint tried to cross the water -filled bridge. The driver could not handle the truck in a strong current of floods and the truck overturned into the river. The villagers present somehow saved the driver and his colleague. But the entire truck and the goods laden on it were swept away in the river.
heavy rains in Raipur-mantra
Raipur continues to rain since Monday night. By 8.30 am on Tuesday, it was 27.8 mm of rain. Mana recorded 78.9 mm of rainfall till 8.30 am. The rain continued throughout the day. The Meteorological Department has recorded 69.2 mm rainfall in Raipur at 5.30 pm and 63 mm in Mana. This has been the heaviest rain of the month of August. In the evening, 82 mm rain has been recorded in Rajnandgaon. At the same time, 25.7 mm, Jagdalpur 11.7 and Ambikapur 4.3 mm of rainfall has been recorded. There is also rain in Bilasupar and Pendra Road.
This seasonal tantra is active right now Chandra said, the monsoon extends to the height of 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 kilometers. There is a possibility of moving in the west-north-north-west direction.
On Wednesday, there is fierce rain in Central Chhattisgarh
According to the Meteorological Department, light to moderate in most places of the state on August 10 on August 10 There is a possibility of rain or thunderstorms. There is also a possibility of heavy rainfall at some places in the state and very heavy rainfall at one or two places. The area of heavy and heavy rainfall is mainly likely to live in Central Chhattisgarh. The largest agricultural area of Raipur, Durg and Bilaspur divisions comes in this region.
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