- Orange for 5 districts of the state and yellow alert for 8 districts
- Continuing rains for several days, overflowing rivers and streams in many districts
- Cloudy camp may occur in Raipur also for 3 days, light rain may occur
Many areas in Chhattisgarh have been raining for the past several days. Due to this, rivers and streams have come on the rise. The highest rainfall (976.8 mm) has been recorded in Surajpur since June. The lowest was recorded in Surguja (521.2 mm). This is 35 percent less than normal. Meanwhile, the meteorological department has issued yellow alert for 5 districts of Orange and 8 districts of the state.
|Orange alert for these districts||Yellow alert for these districts|
|In Jashpur, Bastar, Dantewada, Bijapur and Sukma districts, heavy rain has been warned at one or two places with orange alert.||There is a yellow alert for the districts of Surajpur, Korba, Raigad, Gariaband, Dhamtari, Mahasamund, Kondagaon and Narayanpur in the state. Moderate to heavy rains are expected at one or two places.|
Even after the rain, there is no significant change in the weather, there is
a possibility of light to moderate rain in most areas of the state on Friday and Saturday. However, there are no signs of any significant change in temperature. Ambikapur recorded the highest rainfall of 39.5 mm on Thursday. While the highest temperature was recorded in Bilaspur at 32.6 degrees.
|District||Maximum Temperature (° C)||Rainfall (mm)|
Cloudy, cold winds weather in
Raipur for 3 days Suhana Raipur has also been cloudy for three days, but no rain has been recorded for two days. However, due to the cold winds, the weather has started to feel cold and the weather has become pleasant. Raipur recorded a maximum temperature of 29.4 degrees. Thunderstorms can occur in many areas of the capital on Friday.