This time the monsoon is looking kind in the country, the rainy season has started in most parts. The Meteorological Department has also predicted the arrival of monsoon in the capital Delhi. It is raining heavily in the capital Delhi and many nearby places. Heavy rains have started in Mumbai as well. On Sunday, there was the first heavy rain of the season, while on Monday also there was torrential rain in the city. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy rain in Mumbai on Tuesday, June 21. The India Meteorological Department on Monday issued an ‘Orange Alert’ for very heavy rains in Mumbai and Thane till June 21. In view of the possibility of heavy rain, people were also advised to come out of their homes with caution.
According to Skymet Weather, light to moderate rain is possible today in parts of Mumbai, South Gujarat, East Rajasthan including West Assam, Sikkim, Sub Himalayan West Bengal, parts of Kerala, Coastal Karnataka, Konkan and Goa. There is a possibility of rain in isolated parts of South Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. Rest of Northeast India, Tamil Nadu, parts of Lakshadweep, rest of Chhattisgarh, Interior Odisha, rest of Madhya Pradesh, North-West and East Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Western Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir, Telangana Light to moderate rain is possible over parts of , Interior Karnataka, Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
According to the Meteorological Department, there will be cloudy sky and heavy rain in Mumbai on Tuesday, June 21. With this, let us tell you that today the minimum temperature in Santa Cruz, Mumbai is expected to be 24 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature is 29 degrees Celsius. While in Colaba today, the minimum temperature is likely to be 23 degrees and the maximum temperature is 28 degrees. Whereas in Borivali today the minimum temperature is likely to be 23 degree Celsius and the maximum temperature is 30 degree Celsius. According to the IMD, there is a possibility of heavy rain in the city from June 21 to June 24. After this, light to moderate rain is expected.
The Southwest Monsoon will reach Delhi around its normal arrival date (June 27) and the rain deficit is also likely to be compensated by the end of June. The pre-monsoon showers in the last three days have reduced the rainfall deficit in Delhi by 34 per cent and the maximum temperature has dropped to around 30 degrees Celsius. Delhi has received 23.8 mm of rain since June 1, as against the normal rainfall of 36.3 mm during this period. This rain has happened in the last four days.
Skymet Weather President (Meteorology) GP Sharma said that in the next two to three days, a cyclonic circulation will form over Bengal, North Odisha and parts of adjoining Bangladesh, which will intensify into the wind system over the Indus-Gangetic plains. Will bring change He said that these cyclonic winds will initiate normal easterly flow which is important for the advance of monsoon over northwest India. A Western Disturbance is over Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh region. A Cyclonic Circulation is persisting over North Rajasthan, Punjab and Haryana.
At the same time, an East-West Trough is extending up to Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, North West Bengal and Assam. A cyclonic circulation lies over Southwest Bay of Bengal, off Tamil Nadu coast. A North-South Trough is extending over the Arabian Sea off Konkan, Goa and Coastal Karnataka.
RK Jenamani, Senior Scientist of the Meteorological Department, said that the monsoon is progressing normally and no such system is forecast which can stop its progress as of now. He said that monsoon has advanced towards most parts of Madhya Pradesh, entire Odisha and Gangetic Bengal, most parts of Jharkhand and Bihar and some parts of southeast Uttar Pradesh. PLC/GT


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