#Kolkata: Scattered rains with thunderstorms will continue in different districts of the state today and tomorrow. Relatively high rainfall in North Bengal. Rain Forecast on Monday. There will be more water vapor in the air and there will be discomfort caused by moisture. Light rain (Bengal Weather Forecast) with scattered thunderstorms in the Gangetic district of West Bengal on Saturday and Sunday. Rain will increase in one or two districts of South Bengal from Monday. West Midnapore Jhargram is likely to receive a couple of showers on Monday. Murshidabad and Birbhum districts received relatively heavy rains on Tuesday. Chance of heavy rain.
There will be light to moderate rain today and across North Bengal. Rains will increase in the districts of North Bengal from Monday. Darjeeling Kalimpong Alipurduar is likely to receive heavy rains on Monday. Heavy rains are forecast from Tuesday in Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Alipurduar, Kochbihar and Jalpaiguri districts.
There are cyclones in Jharkhand. This cyclone will stay in the same place for the next 48 hours. The east-west axis will extend from Jharkhand to southern Orissa, the weather office said. The monsoon axis rotates from Uttar Pradesh over Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal to the northeastern Bay of Bengal. Due to this rain will continue in Bengal. It will rain for the next four to five days in the states of north-east India. Assam Meghalaya Arunachal Pradesh warns of heavy rains for next three days.
There are no warnings for fishermen in the next 24 hours. The monsoon has stopped in north-west India since June 19. The southwest monsoon is currently located at Vilwara, Dholpur, Aligarh, Mirat, Ambala and Amritsar. The monsoon has been staying in the same place for the last few days.
Today, the lock gates will be closed from 12.10 pm to 4.10 pm. When the lock gates on the Ganges side are closed, if it rains, the city will be flooded. The water will go down quickly after opening the lockgate. Tarak Singh, a member of the Kolkata Municipal Governing Council and in charge of the sewerage department, said.
Published by:Sanjukta Sarkar