Sever water-logging witnessed in Gujarat's Dwarka after heavy rainfall. Water-logging disrupted daily lives of people.
Due to heavy rainfall in Uttarakhand's Champawat, Sharda river has been started overflowing on July 08.
Informing about the weather conditions, Ahmedabad's Meteorological Department Director, Jayanta Sarkar, on July 07 said that extremely heavy rainfall is expected in Jamnagar, Dwarka and Kutch districts of Gujarat.
A newly-built bridge was collapsed in Gujarat's Junagadh district on July 06 following heavy rainfall.
Heavy rainfall has been reported in the coastal areas of Bengaluru.
Due to heavy rainfall in Junagadh, water level has been increased in Shetrunji River on July 05.
High tide was observed at Mumbai's Marine Drive as heavy rain lashed the city on July 05. According to IMD, Mumbai and its sub-urban areas have received extreme rainfall during last 24 hours.
Mumbai witnessed heavy rainfall which led to water-logging in several parts of the city including, King's Circle and Sion areas.
Heavy rainfall has continued in Mumbai and its surrounding areas for the second consecutive day. The downpour has led to waterlogging in several areas including Andheri, Chembur, Malad, Santa Cruz-Mulund link road, Kurla West.
Waterlogging has been reported in various parts of Bihar's Patna city due to heavy rainfall. Water also entered Bihar Minister Prem Kumar's residence.
The India Meteorological Department has forecasted extremely heavy rainfall at isolated places in Mumbai for today and tomorrow. Following prediction by the IMD, BMC has requested Mumbaikers to stay away from the sea-shore.
Informing about the weather update in Maharashtra, India Meteorological Department scientist Shubhangi Bhute said Mumbai is likely to witness heavy to very heavy rainfall tomorrow, orange alert has been issued in view of the situation.
Heavy rainfall led to flooding in paddy fields of Kottayam on July 01.
Mumbai received heavy rainfall in the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday at isolated places with more thundershowers expected today at various places. Mumbai's Lower Parel area also received heavy rainfall causing water-logging issues adding to the vows of the Mumbaikars. The weather department has predicted more rain to occur in next 24 hours at isolated place in Mumbai including Navi Mumbai, Thane and Raigad.
IMD senior scientist Naresh Kumar on June 28 briefed about weather forecast of Bihar and northern states for upcoming two days.
Roads in Patna were waterlogged following heavy rains in parts of Bihar.
Gopalganj in north Bihar reported 13 deaths and several injuries due to lightning strikes during the thunderstorm on Friday, Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Upendra Pal confirmed today.
India Meteorological Department (IMD), Senior Scientist, RK Jenamani on June 25 informed that over the next 3 days, heavy to very heavy rainfall warning has been given to Assam.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that in next 24 hours heavy rainfall expected in parts of Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.
Heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places is expected to occur in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra and heavy rainfall is likely to occur at some places in Madhya Pradesh in the next 24 hours, informed Mohan Lal Sahu, Deputy Director at IMD Nagpur.