India experiences a 2% increase in rainfall on July 9, compensating for the previous rainfall deficiency.

Heavy rainfall causes landslides, flash floods, and infrastructure damage in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, and Haryana.

Northwest India witnesses a 59% excess rainfall, while central and peninsular India face deficiencies.\

Similarities between recent floods and the 2013 Uttarakhand floods highlight the need for improved forecasting and mitigation strategies.

Climate change intensifies monsoon rainfall, leading to heavier downpours and shorter durations.

Intense rainfall persists in certain regions but gradually reduces in the coming days.

Forecast predicts continued rainfall with isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall in various regions across India.