Monsoon remained active in many parts of the state during the last 24 hours and it rained heavily at many places including capital Shimla last night. Due to this rain, there has been a drop in the temperature. At the same time, traffic has been blocked due to debris falling on many contact routes.
Right now monsoon is very active in Himachal Pradesh and it is raining continuously in different parts of the state including the capital Shimla. Due to heavy rains, there have been reports of damages in many places. A total of twenty-four people have lost their lives and Himachal Pradesh has suffered a loss of two hundred and forty-two crore rupees, in which the PWD department has suffered the most.
A common citizen said – In the coming days also the weather will remain like this and that the fog which is still in the sky is covered with fog and rains can start anytime in the coming days also, for the time being relief from the weather Will not get it. The weather will remain like this in Himachal Pradesh till July 6 and a warning has been issued by the Meteorological Department for heavy rains in some areas.
On the other hand, Monsoon rains are continuing in Sirmaur district and there has been heavy rainfall at some places in the last one week. Landslides have affected road traffic in many remote areas. Intermittent rains are continuing in most areas of Sirmaur district. It has rained in most areas of Sirmaur district even late night and it can be seen in what manner it will be completed. The area here is enveloped in mist.
For the last few days, similar weather is being seen here and the sequence of rain is continuing and after that there is a continuous increase in the water level of the river drains. Whereas the administration is still fully alert so that no deal with any kind of disaster
Necessary guidelines have already been issued to all administrative officers in view of monsoon, while the Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of continuous bad weather. The Meteorological Department has expressed the possibility of monsoon being active in the state for the next two days.
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