Extreme Weather Forecaster
Heavy to very heavy rains have disrupted life of people in Northern India. It has rained very heavily in Punjab,Haryana and Himachal Pradesh throwing life out of gear due to flash floods causing a 5ft water logging in Ambala area.Flash floods in this areas have led extreme water accumulation in Ludhiana, Ambala,Kurukshetra,Karnal and other prominent stations on New Delhi- Jammu Tawi route enrouting ludhiana
- Railway officials say these trains have been cancelled:
- Amritsar-Delhi Shatabdi,
- Amrtisar-Haridwar Janshatabdi, Amritsar-Delhi inter-city,
- Bhiwani-Delhi-Kalka Ekta express, Mumbai-Amritsar Golden
- Temple Express, Jammu-Rishikesh Hemkund Express, Himalayan
- Queen, Haridwar-Bathinda-Ganganagar Express, Jammu Mail,
- Jalandhar-New Delhi Inter-City Express, New Delhi-Kalka
- Shatabdi Express, Kalka-Barmer Express, New Delhi-Amritsar
- Shan-e -Punjab Express, New Delhi-Jammu Tawi special,
- Amritsar-Dehradun Express, Chandigarh-Lucknow Express, New
- Delhi-Una Himachal Express.
Due to heavy rains and a breach in Satluj-Yamuna link of 100ft in Gulabgarh village nearly hundreds of villages have been submerged under water. Road traffic on NH-1 is affected as roads were submerged in waters from near Nahar. So far water accumulations have meant The highest rainfall in ambala
Passengers were stranded at the airport,stations due to rains.
Ambala received 196.7 mm of rainfall, followed by 60.6 mm at Ludhiana, 59.2 mm at Nangal Dam, 14.8 mm at Bhiwani, 30 mm at Panchkula, 44 mm at Kurukshetra, 3 mm at Karnal and 11.2 mm at Patiala.
Now, rains are calming down and no significant rains to strike again in this region in next 48hrs. However it can rain moderately from Saturday night.
ON WEDNESDAY, NAGPUR CITY AND SURROUNDING AREAS ALSO WITNESSED VERY HEAVY RAINS.
AS PER THE DATA RECORDED FROM METD WEATHER,HQ. 65MM RAINS OCCURED FROM 12PM-6PM.