Live Weather Reports from India: According to IMD, the monsoon has now covered the entire nation

The southwest storm takes care of the whole nation today, almost seven days in front of its not unexpected July 8 date, news organization ANI cited a senior IMD researcher as saying. He went on to say that the northeastern states have been particularly affected by the monsoon, and they are expected to get heavy to very heavy rain in the next five days.

In the mean time, the flood circumstance has decayed in Gujarat, with Association Home Priest Amit Shah talking with Gujarat Boss Pastor Bhupendra Patel on Sunday. Shah reassured the people that the government and the center are with them during these trying times. A few pieces of Gujarat were immersed by weighty downpours, making flood-like circumstances in low-lying regions.

In the meantime, according to the IMD, a cyclonic circulation exists over northwest Uttar Pradesh and the region around it. One more cyclonic dissemination lies over the focal pieces of the south Straight of Bengal and abutting the focal Narrows of Bengal. Today, Gujarat, parts of Bihar and West Bengal, and Uttarakhand are expected to see a lot of rain.The developing El Nino in the Pacific Ocean that has stoked fears of a bad monsoon are not yet coming true. After June managed to produce reasonably good rainfall, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted normal rainfall for July as well. A late surge made up for a significant shortfall in the first half of the month.

Thursday evening, the southern part of Chennai and a few other areas were battered by heavy rain, and within an hour, some areas were submerged to knee-deep water. As per India Meteorological Division (IMD), IAF Tambaram has kept the most noteworthy precipitation of 6 cm in the beyond 24 hours.

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