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- Cyclone Tauktae; Delhi NCR Weather Latest Update | IMD Says Delhi NCR, Parts Of North India To Receive Rains
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Tau Te storm has caused heavy rainfall in Ahmedabad in Gujarat.
The storm rising from the Arabian Sea is moving from Tau Te Gujarat towards Rajasthan. In the states through which this storm has passed, there has been devastation, due to its effect, the weather of other states has also changed. Jabalpur and Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh have received heavy rains. In many states, the sky is cloudy in the hot summer May.
The weather changed in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh due to the impact of the storm. It rained here on Tuesday.
The Meteorological Department said on Tuesday that due to storm Tau Te, there will be rain in many parts of North India including Delhi-NCR in the next two days. Kuldeep Srivastava, Head of Regional Meteorological Center of IMD, said that due to the cyclone, it is raining in southern Rajasthan. Now it is moving towards North India.
Srivastava said that on Wednesday it will spread from Rajasthan to Haryana. Due to this, light rains will occur over East and West Uttar Pradesh, East Rajasthan, Delhi-NCR region. There is a possibility of heavy rains in some parts of Delhi.
Delhi remained cloudy throughout the day on Tuesday. There may be heavy rains here on Wednesday.
Two weather systems in North India
The Meteorological Department has released Orange Color Coded Warning in NCR for Wednesday. Under this, wind and rain are expected at a speed of 50-60 kilometers per hour. According to the department, the region of weak cyclonic winds will move towards Uttarakhand and will also make Himachal Pradesh rain over the state during the next two days. A Western disturbance is also affecting parts of North India. It is also expected to rain due to two weather systems.