Southern Asia is flooded: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Oman with severe floods in the last period

The last Mkweather article from Asia is looking at severe floods in Southern Asia – India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Oman.

Many provinces in India were in late August and early September 2021 hit by regular summer monsoon floods, with an impact on society and ecosystems.

The most was saying about floods in provinces of Telangana, Assam, Bihar or Hyderabad /Tweets below/.

In Pakistan, extreme floods appeared in Kohistan, but later, Karachi was flooded, too.

Floods hit densely populated areas in Bangladesh, too.

In Nepal, floods hit populated parts, including Kathmandu.

Terrifying captures were caught in the region of Bahla city, Oman, too.

According to 16-day forecasts, severe floods will be continuing in the parts of central and northern India and along the West-Indian coast, such as in southwestern Bangladesh and Nepal, mainly. Regional severe storms should appear in northern Pakistan, too.

Only southern India and Sri Lanka, northern Bangladesh and Thar desert region, India, southern Pakistan such as central and northern Bhutan will be in the next period drier.

Almost all monsoon Asia, except for southern India, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives will be in Autumn 2021 stormy /, while Winter 2021/2022 in India should be colder and drier, only southernmost parts should have stronger cyclone activity /

Floods in India. Illustration photo; Source: Tweets below.
Floods with landslide in Kohistan, Pakistan. Illustration photo; Source: Tweet below.

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