Monsoon Rain: IMD forecasts significant precipitation in these states and Uttarakhand; Below is the complete list.

The IMD predicts heavy rain in Uttarakhand from August 15–19 and significant rainfall in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
Monsoon Rain: IMD forecasts significant precipitation in these states and Uttarakhand; Below is the complete list.
The IMD predicts that Uttarakhand will likely have scattered to widely distributed light to moderate rainfall, thunderstorms, and lightning.

The hilly areas of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand are expected to receive significant rainfall during the next four days, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

India's North
The IMD predicts a chance of thunderstorms, lightning, and scattered to widely distributed mild to moderate rainfall. In Uttarakhand, sporadic heavy downpours are predicted from August 15 to August 19.

Mahesh Palawat, vice president of meteorology and climate change at Skymet, stated that during the next two days, moderate to heavy rain is anticipated over Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. He further cautioned that starting on August 20, another heavy spell could occur.

According to a Himachal Pradesh University directive, academic activities at the state university will be postponed until August 19 while the university library will be closed till August 20. Also, according to the decree, both teaching and non-teaching staff members will continue to visit the university often. According to officials citing PTI, a significant landslip was reported in the Summer Hill area of Shimla today.

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According to the Dehradun Met Department, there will be light to moderate rain with thunderstorms in most locations in the Uttarakhand districts of Nainital, Champawat, and Udham Singh Nagar, as well as at numerous locations in Dehradun, Tehri, Pauri, and Almora. Moreover, isolated locations in the Uttarakhand districts of Pauri, Nainital, Champawat, and Udham Singh Nagar are likely to see significant rainfall. In remote areas of Uttarakhand's districts, thunderstorms with lightning and intense to extremely intense spells are expected to happen.

Southeast Asia
The most recent advisory from the met department predicts that East India will experience an increase in rainfall activity beginning on Wednesday.

Over the Andaman and Nicobar Islands today and on Thursday, over Odisha till Saturday, over Jharkhand from Wednesday through Friday, over West Bengal and Sikkim today and on Thursday, light to moderate scattered to widespread rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall activity is highly likely. On Thursday and Friday, isolated, extremely heavy rainfall are also predicted over Odisha, according to the Met department.

India's Central
In East and Northeast India, rainfall between June 1 and July 16 was 19% below average, while nationwide rainfall fell 6% short of the long-term average of 554.7 mm.

Chhattisgarh should anticipate light to moderate, widely dispersed rainfall, thunderstorms, and lightning from Thursday through Sunday. Similar weather conditions are forecast for East Madhya Pradesh and Vidarbha throughout the forthcoming weekend.

As of Friday, the monsoon trough that is now located along the foothills of the Himalayas may gradually move south and resume its typical location. From Wednesday to Sunday, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, and Tripura are expected to experience significant rainfall due to this system.

Today will see very heavy rainfall in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, while the next two days will see moderate to heavy rains.

Meanwhile, a rise in rainfall is anticipated to start on Thursday in the nearby central India region. This shift in weather patterns is a result of a cyclonic circulation, which is expected to become a low-pressure system by Friday over the northern Bay of Bengal and its environs.

Occidental India
The southwest monsoon is about to resume in Maharashtra after a break of over a fortnight. The monsoon may partially return to Maharashtra starting on Thursday, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

The majority of the state's regions will have light to moderate precipitation, but starting on Friday, certain places may see moderate to heavy rain, according to an IMD official.