New Delhi: These days, the outbreak of severe heat is being seen in northern India, due to which the temperature is increasing continuously. On the other hand, monsoon has knocked in some states of South India. Monsoon is progressing fast. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the monsoon has been predicted to reach the national capital on June 27.
Light to moderate rain has also been predicted in Delhi NCR, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh on 12, 15, 16. Monsoon rains have been predicted in Mumbai from June 9. From June 12-15, there will be torrential rains in the southern districts of Maharashtra and Gujarat. There is a possibility of heavy rain in other parts of South India including Karnataka.
At the same time, the monsoon is about to knock in Jharkhand, but the rain has already started, which will continue almost till the monsoon. It rained heavily in Jamshedpur on Sunday as well. Monsoon has been predicted in IMD, Jharkhand, Odisha and West Bengal by June 15.
By June 11, a low pressure area is likely to form in the Bay of Bengal. After that, entering Jharkhand and moving towards Bihar. The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted normal rains this time.
After the month of May was relieved, the first week of June also went well, but now till June 10, you will have to scorch in the scorching heat. According to the information of Meteorological Center Srinagar, now there is a possibility of rain in Jammu and Kashmir on June 11-12.
Even on Sunday, the scorching sun made people miserable. He had been sweating since morning due to the humidity. Usually in June the heat is so high that it is difficult to leave the house. The sun used to disturb since morning, and by midday the heat wave used to make it miserable, but this time in May only two days the temperature went above 40 degree Celsius.