Meteorology: Yellow alert of rain in seven districts of Uttarakhand, Malari highway may open today


After the rising heat in the state of Uttarakhand. There is a possibility of change in the weather here in seven districts of Uttarakhand on Sunday. People suffer from high temperature and humidity.

Now the Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert regarding rain and thunderstorms in seven districts of the state. There is a possibility of rain and thundershowers in districts like Dehradun, Tehri, Pauri, Nainital, Almora, Champawat and Pithoragarh. Thunderstorms accompanied with rain are very likely at isolated places over hilly areas and some plains.

However, the morning is cloudy in the state and the evening is cooler than the afternoon. There is a possibility of rain and thundershowers in the capital on Sunday. On Saturday, the day was humid with strong sunshine. People try to leave their homes less.


However, people breathed a sigh of relief due to the chilly wind that prevailed in the evening. Due to strong sunlight, the sale of AC and coolers increased and people are running towards them. The maximum temperature of Dehradun was 33.9 degrees and the minimum temperature was 20.5 degrees.

On the other hand, the Malari Highway has been closed for 13 days due to the debris coming in the steam pool. Here large boulders and debris have come on the highway in the form of landslides from the rocky part of the mountain. Due to which a part of the highway was damaged for about ten meters. The Border Roads Organization (BRO) is doing the work of opening the highway.

BRO Commander Col Manish Kapil said that the highway will be opened for big vehicles by Sunday. At the same time, vehicles are also parked in Niti Valley. Dr. BS Pal of Gopeshwar said that if the road is not opened then there will be a crisis of food grains and essential commodities in front of the villagers. He said that he had come here to attend a religious program, but was stuck here due to the closure of the highway.


In Chamoli district too, 30 roads have been closed while around 150 walkways have been damaged, posing a challenge to the movement of villagers. Villagers are passing through broken roads and pedestrian paths with their lives on their palms. The walkway connecting Dronagiri village to the border of Niti valley has been damaged at many places, forcing villagers to reach their destinations through rock and forest paths and the village lacks food supplies.

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