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Weather department issues rain and hailstorm alert for next 24-hours in Jharkhand
JAMSHEDPUR February 15, 2019 , by News Desk 0 Comments 22

Jamshedpur, Feb. 15 : The weather department on Friday afternoon issued a rain and hailstorm alert in Jharkhand for the next 24-hours.Officials at local IMD office have issued a report mentioning two atmospheric systems.
“As per our study a cyclonic circulation due to the impact of western disturbance was extending upto 1.5 km above mean sea level over east Rajasthan and adjoining northwest Madhya Pradesh.
This coupled with an anti-cyclonic circulation over the Bay of Bengal is resulting in heavy moisture into the atmosphere. The twin systems would result in formation of clouds and a change in wind pattern from north-westerly to southerly resulting in adverse weather over Jharkhand,” said an official of Meteorological Centre.
The Met office official said light to moderate rain and thunder showers were likely at few places, especially in the district of North Jharkhand during the next 24 hours. Light to moderate rain and thunder would also take place at a few isolated places in southeast Jharkhand.
“As per our requirement we have also issued an alert of hail accompanied with thunderstorm and lightening at a few isolated places during the next 24 hours,” said the official.
IMD’s Patna office has also issued an alert of hail and thundershowers for Jharkhand during the next 24 hours. ” As per our study th cyclonic circulation would result in light to moderate rain at a few places over Jharkhand with wind speed reaching 20-25 Kmph” said an IMD official at Patna.
The official went on to say that the adverse weather would prolong winter’s stay in Jharkhand. ” Winter departs Jharkhand by mid-February. But, the current change in weather system would extend the winter in Jharkhand,” said the official. He added that winter might get extended beyond February 22 as they were expecting another western disturbance which would impact Jharkhand’s weather around that time.




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Rajasthan: Hailstorm, rain damage crop in Hadouti
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Crop damage Villagers in Jahawaharnagar village formerly known as Bijnore village of Aamli Panchyat of Bundi Tehsil show their damaged standing crops due to hail

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Updated: Feb 15, 2019, 06:30 AM IST


Light to moderate rainfall, accompanied by heavy hailstorm, on Wednesday late evening lashed parts of Hadouti region causing huge damage to standing crops.
According to estimates, the damage in villages of Bundi Tehsil was 100 per cent, while about 50-60 percent damage to crop in other parts of Bundi, Baran and Jhalawar districts.
The rain washes away the dreams of hundreds of farmers of earning a good yield this season. Opium crop in Chipabarode and Harnawdashahaji areas of Baran district also suffered heavy damage due to rain and hailstorm last night.

The district administration in respective affected areas has directed the tehsildars of the areas to carry out assessment of the crop damage and submit the report at earliest moment.
The sunny day yesterday turned disastrous by the evening with cold winds started blowing and as the evening advanced, light to moderate rain accompanied by heavy hailstorm lashed parts of Hadouti region snapping power supply for hours in Kota city and adjoining villages. The hails that stuck deep into the fields with crop roots were even after over 14 hours of the hailstorm laying unmelted.
“A hardly 20-25 minutes rainfall along with heavy hailstorm last night washed away all our dreams of getting good yield and now we are on the edge of committing suicide, if a fair compensation for the crop damage is not granted,” said Rameshwar Tripati of Jhawaharnagar village and claimed the entire wheat crop in his 80 bigas of field is damaged and is lying flattened. Hailstorm, comprising hails weighing each about 2.50 to 500 grams lashed the crops last night and flattened them in the field, Humkumchand of the village said that after a month, the same crops, which are now lying flattened, would be ready to be reaped.
“It was no more rainfall but a heavy hailstorm, such a heavy hailstorm that I have never seen in my life so far,” said 60-year-old Kamlabai of the same village while recalling the disastrous mode of the hailstorm last night. ‘The crops in at least 43 villages of Bundi Tehsil were severely affected by hailstorm last night and of the crop in at least 28 villages have sustained 100 percent damage while the crop in remaining other villages suffered about 50-60 percent loss, Laxminarayan Prajapati, Tehsildar, Bundi Tehsil said after assessment of crop damage in these village today noon. The crops in Mandawar, Jhawaharnagar Pakalpuria, Ramganj, Umerach, Jawati, Aamli etc of the area suffered a heavy loss in hailstorm, he said, adding tentative information and data on crop damage is being currently collected and a report would soon be sent to government.

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The sunny day yesterday turned disastrous by the evening with cold winds started blowing and as the evening advanced, light to moderate rain accompanied by heavy hailstorm lashed parts of Hadouti region snapping power supply for hours in Kota city and adjoining villages.


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Cold Morning In Delhi, Rain Likely From February 25

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Delhi weather: Some clouds may appear on February 25, with some possibility of isolated thundershower and rain during late night or early morning hours.
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Himachal and Kashmir....
Rain and snowfall will continue in good spells every day till 6-march.

Plan accordingly.
 

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More snowfall expected by this weekend. Those who are planning to travel to Spiti, be extra careful now. Due to increasing temperature, fresh snow can lead to avalanches.

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Rain hits Delhi NCR, six flights diverted to Jaipur
Related News Wettest February in Delhi in last 5 years, and the rain isn’t over yet As temperatures continue to fluctuate, Maharashtra heads for a cold weekend: IMD Mumbai: Weekend chill over, weather department says warmer days ahead Delhi and its adjoining regions Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad and Faridabad received rainfall Monday evening, with the onset […]
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With more western disturbances than usual affecting the national capital, February is the wettest month since 2014 (Express photo by Abhinav Saha)
Delhi and its adjoining regions Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad and Faridabad received rainfall Monday evening, with the onset of another round of western disturbances, making February the wettest month since 2014. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), thunderstorms are likely to intensify in Delhi in the last week of this month.


Six flights have been diverted from the Delhi airport to Jaipur due to overhead congestion, ANI reported. Skymet Weather attributed the weather change to a cyclonic Circulation lying over Punjab and adjoining Pakistan, which is expected to shift towards Haryana in the next 24 hours.
Two more western disturbances in quick succession will affect northwest India till Wednesday, according to the IMD data. The first western disturbance would affect northwest India is seen as a cyclonic circulation over central Pakistan and neighbourhood, the IMD weather warning said, adding that the second western disturbance will affect northwest India from February 26.
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Western disturbances are the primary reason for rainfall during the non-monsoon months in Northern and Eastern India. These wind systems sometimes build up four or five times a month, but not all of these necessarily result in rain.
According to the IMD , thunderstorm accompanied with lightning and gusty winds are “very likely” over parts of north and north-east India including Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Bihar, Assam, Meghalaya,Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh. In Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, and West Rajasthan, thunderstorm accompanied with hailstorm & lightning is also expected.

With more western disturbances than usual affecting the national capital, February is the wettest month since 2014. At 215% more rain than usual this month, North Delhi received the highest rainfall in the city. This was followed by Northeast Delhi, with a 181% surplus.


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Delhi rains begin, to continue tomorrow as well | Skymet Weather
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On February 25, as the cyclonic circulation will shift further eastwards close to Delhi area, we expect weather activities to increase tomorrow. Thus, tomorrow we expect light to moderate rain with few heavy spells to lash Delhi-NCR.
 

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Skymet Weather Report: Hilly Areas To Witness Snowfall Again | ABP News
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A new Western Disturbance cycle has developed over Jammu and Kashmir. This will lead to snowfall in the valley, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Due to these changes, the weather in Punjab, Haryana and Delhi-NCR will change too. Watch the report to know about the weather in your state today जम्मू और कश्मीर में एक नया पश्चिमी विक्षोभ चक्र विकसित हुआ है। इससे घाटी, हिमाचल प्रदेश और उत्तराखंड में बर्फबारी होगी। इन परिवर्तनों के कारण, पंजाब, हरियाणा और दिल्ली-एनसीआर में मौसम भी बदल जाएगा। आज अपने राज्य के मौसम के बारे में जानने के लिए रिपोर्ट देखें #SkymetWeatherReport #Snowfall
 
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