New Delhi:After the cyclonic storm 'Gulaab', which arose due to low pressure in the Bay of Bengal, now there is a danger of 'Shaheen' storm rising from the Arabian Sea in the country.The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an alert of heavy rain in 7 states of the country, Bihar, West Bengal, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka and Gujarat.
According to the warning issued by the Meteorological Department, the deep pressure created in the Arabian Sea has now turned into a cyclone Shaheen, whose effect can be seen in India as well as Pakistan and Iran.
In the warning issued by the Meteorological Department, it has been said that the deep pressure in the Arabian Sea has turned into Cyclone Shaheen.There is a possibility of cyclone taking dangerous form in many states of the country.Due to this there is a possibility of heavy rain in Kutch and Saurashtra.
Shaheen to cross Oman coast on October 4
The Meteorological Department said that the severe cyclonic storm Shaheen has centered over the Northwest Arabian Sea since 2.30 pm on Saturday.It is likely to cross the Oman coast during the early hours of 4 October 2021.Cyclonic storm with maximum sustained wind speed ranging from 80 to 90 kmph to 100 kmph.
Monsoon may depart from MP in the second week of October
Along with this, the Meteorological Department has also expressed the possibility that the monsoon will depart from Madhya Pradesh in the second week of October.At least 10 days ahead of the normal departure date of monsoon.This time the Southwest Monsoon arrived in Madhya Pradesh on June 10.PK Saha, senior meteorologist at IMD, Bhopal office, said that from the second week of this month, the monsoon will start stopping in Madhya Pradesh.He said this time it got a little longer as it usually starts on the first day of June and ends on the last day of September.
Cloudy weather with light drizzle in Delhi
According to the Meteorological Department, the country's capital Delhi will remain cloudy with light drizzle on Sunday.However, the minimum temperature here on Saturday was recorded at 26.7 degrees Celsius, which was three degrees Celsius above normal this season.According to the department, the humidity was recorded at 83 per cent.The IMD said that the sky will remain cloudy and there may be light drizzle and rain.
Gorakhpur receives highest rainfall in a hundred years
In Uttar Pradesh's Gorakhpur, there was continuous heavy rain in the last 24 hours.During this period, 193 mm of rain has been recorded, which disrupted normal life.This is the highest rainfall recorded in the month of October in the last 125 years (about 127 years).According to the records of the Meteorological Department, earlier the district had received 218.7 mm of rain in the year 1894.