The rain, which has rested for the last two to three days, has re-entered the district from Monday night. Heavy rains were reported in the revenue board of Mahagaon and Kesori in Arjuni Morgaon taluka. On Tuesday, the district had received an average of 9.5 mm of rainfall till 8 am on Tuesday.
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Gondia: Rains that have rested for the last two to three days have re-appeared in the district since Monday night. Heavy rains were reported in the revenue board of Mahagaon and Kesori in Arjuni Morgaon taluka. On Tuesday, the district had received an average of 9.5 mm of rainfall till 8 am on Tuesday. Then on Tuesday afternoon, heavy rains started everywhere. Due to this, water was stored on the streets of the city. District Disaster Management Department has warned of heavy rainfall in the district within the next two hours. Against this backdrop, the gates of the Pujaraitoola dam in the Salekasa taluka were opened by 1.5 meters. This is likely to increase the water level of the Tiger River.
The rains started from the beginning of August, giving relief to the crops in the district. The problem of double sowing of farmers has also been avoided. However, for the past two to three days, the rain had opened. Due to this, the work of transplanting in the district was also accelerated. Then, on Monday night, the rains started to spread everywhere in the district.
Deori, Tiroda and Amgaon taluka received moderate rainfall. In Arjuni Morgaon taluka, two revenue boards recorded heavy rainfall. About noon on Tuesday), the city received heavy rains in all parts of the district. Roads were flooded in the Arjuni and Goregaon talukas due to the presence of about four to four rains. Roads were closed as the water was flowing over the bridges over some rivers. Rainfall was also sustained in Arjuni Morgaon, Tiroda, Saleksa, Amgaon, and Deori taluks.
Red Alert in the district
The Meteorological Department has issued a torrential downpour warning on Tuesday and Wednesday, and Red Arlt has announced. Besides, this has led to an increase in the water level of the Tiger River and the district disaster management department has warned the villagers of the adjacent river banks.