IMD predicts heavy rains for next three days
Nashik: The heavy and stagnant rains in Nashik district, especially in ghat sections and isolated places, have lashed the city and riverfront villages. The devastation in the river area of Godavari and Darna is highest. The consecutive and stagnant rain in the region leads to discharge from the various dams in the district.
The Indian Meteorology Department (IMD) has predicted that the heavy rains will be experienced in Nashik district and its nearby region for the next three days. The ghat sections and isolated places will receive heavy to very heavy rains. The weather department has issued a heavy rainfall warning saying that heavy to very heavy rainfall likely to occur in central Maharashtra and district of Nashik.
The isolated places will experience extremely heavy rainfall. Especially, the ghat areas of Nashik district will be most hit. The meteorology department has also said that the situation will continue till August 8. Meanwhile, the floods have disturbed the routine of the Nashik city. The government officers are no excuse from that.
Due to continuous rains in all parts of Maharashtra the admission date of class XI for third merit list is further postponed by one day, by the state government. The admissions will now continue upto August 7. The government has asked the students to keep referring to the online admission website for further notifications.
The situation is said to be critical for the next 48 hours. The administration is gathering its resources. The flood situation is getting under control. The water level is also dropping slowly in the river Godavari.