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uttar pradesh under red alert for saturday; extremely heavy rains set to batter parts of up, uttarakhand and bihar | the weather channel - articles from the weather channel

uttar pradesh under red alert for saturday; extremely heavy rains set to batter parts of up, uttarakhand and bihar | the weather channel - articles from the weather channel

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Saturday, June 19: Extremely rough weather conditions are expected to prevail over parts of Uttar Pradesh and its surrounding states for the next couple of days, starting today, June 19. In particular, parts of east Uttar Pradesh will bear the brunt of heavy rains, thunderstorms and strong surface winds over the weekend.

As per the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the monsoon advanced into some more parts of Uttar Pradesh on June 18. Furthermore, the conditions are becoming favourable for further progress of the southwest monsoon into some more parts of west Uttar Pradesh during the next 24 hours.

The lingering cyclonic circulation from last week is expected to crawl eastward across east Uttar Pradesh to Bihar through the following week. The cyclonic circulation is likely to produce widespread rainfall with isolated heavy to very heavy falls over parts of east Uttar Pradesh during the next three days. Besides, isolated extremely heavy rainfall has been forecast over east Uttar Pradesh on June 19.

Meanwhile, a western disturbance is also approaching the Western Himalayan Region. Under the combined influence of it and the monsoon easterlies, some parts of Uttarakhand and west Uttar Pradesh are likely to experience fairly widespread to widespread rainfall over the next three days.

On June 19, isolated heavy to very heavy falls are expected over Uttarakhand and west Uttar Pradesh. In addition, moderate to severe thunderstorms accompanied by frequent cloud to ground lightning are very likely over Uttar Pradesh on June 19.

The Weather Channels forecast adds that the heaviest rains are expected over the eastern side of Uttarakhand. The daily rainfall total of 80-100 mm is possible over Uttarakhand on Saturday. The rainfall activity is also expected to increase over east Uttar Pradesh and west Bihar from Saturday to Sunday, with daily figures reaching 50-80 mm.

Owing to these intense weather conditions, the IMD has issued a red warning over parts of east Uttar Pradesh for June 19, urging authorities and residents to take action. Meanwhile, Uttarakhand and west Uttar Pradesh have been placed under an orange alert for today. The advisory instructs residents to be prepared for the prevailing rough weather conditions.

Thereafter, the weather conditions are expected to subside, and therefore all the aforementioned places have been placed under a yellow watch for Sunday. This level of advisory instructs locals to be updated on the weather conditions.

Between June 1 and June 18, both Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand have collectively received large excess rainfall of 97.6 mm and127.4 mm. Meanwhile, east and west Uttar Pradesh have recorded rainfall figures of 132.5 mm (large excess) and 46.0 mm (excess), respectively.

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The northern limit of southwest monsoon continues to pass through Barmer, Bhilwara, Dholpur, Aligarh, Meerut, Ambala and Amritsar. Prevailing meteorological conditions, large scale atmospheric features and the forecast wind pattern suggest that no favourable conditions are likely to develop for further advance of southwest monsoon into remaining parts of Rajasthan, west Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Punjab during the next 6-7 days. Hence, subdued rainfall activity is expected to continue to prevail over Northwest, Central and Western parts of Peninsular India during the next 6-7 days.

Parts of Northeast India and adjoining regions are likely to experience heavy to very heavy, locally extremely heavy rain due to the prevalence of southwesterly winds from the Bay of Bengal. Furthermore, the rainfall activity is likely to intensify on Thursday and Friday. The rainfall may reach up to 200-300 mm on these two days, followed by daily rainfall of 50-80 mm. The total precipitation of this projection period may surpass 400 mm, especially across the parts of Assam and adjoining areas, thus, the threat for flooding and waterlogging lingers.

On the other hand, the strengthening of moist easterly winds across north Uttar Pradesh and Uttrakhand has been forecast from July 1. Therefore, enhanced rainfall activity with isolated heavy falls is very likely over east Uttar Pradesh during the next five days. Moreover, similar weather may prevail over Uttarakhand until July 4 and over west Uttar Pradesh on July 2. Isolated heavy rain is expected across north Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand for the next few days.

Maximum temperatures are expected to be well above normal across most parts of India during this projection period. Moreover, heatwave conditions are likely in isolated pockets over Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, west Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. Moreover, strong surface winds reaching the speed of 20-30 kmph are expected to prevail over Haryana and west Uttar Pradesh during the next 24 hours.

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