18 June : Monsoon is rising north and north-east India. This has led to rains in many states of North India. Due to humidity in the air, people get relief from the dusty weather in Delhi. On the other hand, in Assam, the situation has worsened due to which more than 4.5 lakh people have been affected in 6 districts.
Water level of river Brahmaputra has increased due to heavy rainfall in Guwahati. Central Water Commission official says, 'water level is increasing by 4-5 cms per hour. The speed at which the water level is increasing it will touch the danger level in the next 2-3days.' #Assam pic.twitter.com/f7fpBz1Ari
— ANI (@ANI) June 17, 2018
The situation is continuously worsening by the flood here. Due to floods, five people have died due to flood. NDRF teams are present on the spot and the rescue work is on.
Rainfall in Punjab, Haryana too …
In Punjab and Haryana, the temperature was recorded after the rain. It rained in Chandigarh this morning and the maximum temperature was recorded at 30.7 degree Celsius.
In Haryana, Ambala’s temperature was 30 degrees, Karnal’s maximum temperature was 27.5 degrees Celsius, which is ten degrees below normal.
Maximum temperature in Ludhiana, Patiala and Amritsar in Punjab was recorded at 29.9 deg, 29.4 deg and 31.1 degree Celsius, respectively.
Churu the hottest …
Churu was the warmest in Rajasthan and maximum temperature was recorded at 40.9 degrees Celsius. Likewise, maximum temperatures of Jaisalmer, Kota, Jaipur, Barmer and Bikaner in the state were recorded at 40.5, 39.8, 39.7, 39.6 and 39.5 degrees Celsius, respectively.
Rainfall in Himachal too …
There have been rains in some places in Himachal Pradesh. Shimla rained and stopped in the surrounding areas. This has led to a decrease in temperature.