The main regions of the country will receive rainfall in September

India Weather Live Today: Senior officials visited the locality of Khaniyara here on Saturday, a day after a downpour triggered flash flooding in the area, and ordered rescuers to step up efforts for the rehabilitation of those affected.
Several homes and shops were destroyed by heavy rains in the area on Friday. In addition, 15 houses and three shops were partially damaged and 45 sheep and goats disappeared.

Meanwhile, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rainfall over the far southern peninsula and northeast India for the next five days and over Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal sub -Himalayan and Sikkim over the next three days. Weak rainfall activity was forecast over the plains of northwest India and central India during the next 5 days. Isolated very heavy rains are also likely to occur over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya today. Fairly widespread rainfall with isolated heavy falls and thunderstorms/lightning very likely over Chhattisgarh, Karnataka Coast, Northern Interior Karnataka, Rayalaseema, Lakshadweep, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Mahe until September 6 .

Major parts of the country will receive normal to above-normal rainfall in September, the IMD said on Thursday. According to forecasts, the southwest monsoon is unlikely to start to retreat any time soon. Quantitatively, rainfall across India for September is expected to be 109% of the long-range average (LPA), which is 168.9 mm (1971-2020). Jammu, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, South West Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Telangana, North Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka Coast, North Kerala, South Coast Tamil Nadu, Tripura and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands will receive normal to above normal rainfall this month, IMD said.