More than 60 people were killed in North India due to untimely rains and thunders storms apart from dust storms. Earlier the IMD has warned 13 states about this and now also it has given an orange signal to Northern India for the next two days.
Dust storms and thunderstorms wreaked havoc in Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and the national capital, killing at least 61 people and leaving behind a trail of destruction.
Uttar Pradesh bore the brunt of a thunderstorm and hail that left at least 18 people dead, while 12 people including four children were killed in West Bengal, nine in Andhra Pradesh, and two in Delhi, officials said. Some more deaths were also reported but the cause of deaths was not confirmed.