Chandigarh and its surrounding provinces were hit by rain early morning. The Punjab and Haryana authorities were kept on a high alert due to the storm advisory sent by the Met department.
The weather bureau in Delhi has been informed of the thunderstorms, gusty winds, and squalls. These are likely to affect many regions of the country including Delhi, till Friday. This is quite prevalent as the mountains of Himachal Pradesh received an unsmoked snowfall.
It has been forecasted by the weather department that the bitter weather conditions at several regions killed 124 people and over 300 injured by the hash behavior of the storm, lightning, and thunderstorms in the past seven days.
On Monday the weather warning bulletin, India Meteorological Department said that some states including Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Odisha, Karnataka, Kerala, and Sikkim are more likely to be a prey to gusty winds and thunderstorm.
The weather officer recorded his statements that say “Thunderstorms and squalls are “very, very likely at isolated places in Haryana, Chandigarh, and Delhi”. The weather bulletin displayed warning due to the heat wave conditions in the two pockets in Vidarbha, Maharashtra.
The weather office sent a warning to the State of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand, and Punjab of squalls and hail along with thunderstorms.
Most of the schools in Haryana were close for a couple of days on the order of the state government as a measure to prevent mishappenings.
Morning witnessed rains in Chandigarh and nearby areas. This kept the authorities in Punjab and Haryana on a high alert as there were chances of weather conditions going harsh.
The government of New Delhi has put rescue teams active in every district in response to the warning of the meteorological department.