Noida school news today closed, Noida weather today: Schools in Noida will remain closed today, September 23rd. The decision was made in view of the bad weather and the incessant rains. The administration has ordered the closure of all public and private schools up to grade 8 across Noida and Greater Noida in Gautam Buddh Nagar.
Noida Weather Today, Noida Rain Forecast
The meteorological department issued an alert due to the rains in the area, after which district magistrate Suhas L Yathraj issued an order to close schools, district school inspector Dharamveer Singh said.
“As of September 23, all schools in Class 1 through 8 in the district would remain closed,” Singh said, according to an official statement released late Thursday.
Noida in the National Capital Region (NCR) witnessed heavy rains throughout Thursday. Parts of Uttar Pradesh also reported loss of life and property due to the downpour.
Gurugram Weather Today, Rain in Gurugram Today
In Gurugram, the administration issued a notice ordering all private companies and institutions to allow their employees to work from home in the public interest.
Keeping in mind the heavy downpours on Thursday and the heavy rain forecast on September 23 as well, the Gurugram District Administration has issued a notice to all companies and private institutions to allow their employees to work from home in the public interest. pic.twitter.com/w1tOZhvQPZ
— DC Gurugram (@DC_Gurugram) September 22, 2022
Meanwhile, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted a new cloud over Delhi bringing continuous downpours. The weather service issued a “yellow” alert for Friday, warning people of moderate rain in most places in the city.
In Delhi, part of a road collapsed near Satya Niketan as unrelenting light to moderate rain flooded the nation’s capital for the second day in a row on Thursday, causing waterlogging and uprooting of trees. Massive traffic jams were reported in many parts of the city on Thursday.
Further periods of rain just before the monsoon recedes from the National Capital Region will help cover the large deficit to some extent (46% through the morning of September 22), according to the MeT department. It would also keep the air clean and the temperature under control, he said.
The IMD said on Tuesday that the southwest monsoon had withdrawn from parts of southwest Rajasthan and adjacent Kutch, three days after the normal date of September 17. Usually, it takes about a week after its withdrawal from western Rajasthan for the monsoon to withdraw from Delhi.
The retreat of the southwest monsoon is declared if there has been no precipitation in the region for five days with the development of the anticyclonic circulation and water vapor imagery indicates dry weather conditions on the region.