Hefty rainfall lashed parts of Uttar Pradesh, including capital Lucknow
Lucknow: Heavy rainfall lashed parts of Uttar Pradesh, including capital Lucknow and Ayodhya, on Wednesday (September 23) night. The rainfall caused waterlogging in a few zones of Lucknow and Ayodhya raising trouble to the residents of the two urban areas.
The pictures coming from Lucknow and Ayodhya showed waterlogging in numerous neighbourhoods and individuals were thinking that its intense to move starting with one spot then onto the next.
Two people were slaughtered and more than eight got harmed in isolated episodes of lightning strike in Amethi. Light to direct rains happened at a few spots over eastern UP too in the previous 24 hours.
On Wednesday (September 23), the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Wednesday had predicted very heavy rainfall over Sikkim, Assam, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and Meghalaya throughout the following next few days.
A low-pressure region lies over centrally parts of west Madhya Pradesh and neighbourhood with related cyclonic course stretching out up to mid-tropospheric levels. It is probably going to turn out to be less set apart by tomorrow, the September 24. Be that as it may, its related cyclonic dissemination liable to recurve north-eastwards during the following 3-4 days, the IMD had said.
High intermingling over the upper east and abutting east India likely because of solid wet southerly/south-westerly breezes from Bay of Bengal at lower tropospheric levels till September 26. A box runs from upper east Uttar Pradesh to north Maharashtra at lower and centre tropospheric levels. It is probably going to endure until September 24.
Affected by the above frameworks, genuinely inescapable to broad precipitation with confined substantial to extremely hefty falls likely over Assam and Meghalaya on September 24; Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim; East Uttar Pradesh till September 25 and Bihar on September 26.