Monsoon 2021: Monsoon reaches Madhya Pradesh ahead of schedule, will knock in Jharkhand-Bengal in next 48 hours
In the coming days, the southwest monsoon can give relief to some states facing the heat. Monsoon has knocked prematurely in Madhya Pradesh. Now it has been estimated that it can reach Jharkhand and West Bengal in the coming 48 hours. Along with this, pre-monsoon shower is also expected in Delhi. This will give relief to the people from the heat. According to the Meteorological Department, the monsoon has reached Madhya Pradesh seven days before the scheduled time. It has also knocked in some parts of Gujarat.
Earlier, the monsoon had reached Maharashtra on Wednesday. There too it knocked prematurely. Mumbai was submerged due to monsoon, due to which people had to face a lot of trouble. According to the Meteorological Department, Mumbai received 222.2 mm of rain in 12 hours. Whereas in the entire month of June, there was 505 mm of rain. Meaning it rained 44 percent in just 12 hours.
Monsoon arrived in central India ahead of schedule
This year the monsoon has reached central India ahead of schedule. On Thursday, June 10, the monsoon had reached Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and parts of Gujarat, South Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and South Odisha.
How long can it be monsoon rains in rest of India
- In the last week of June, it will cover central Gujarat, central and southern Rajasthan, Delhi, UP, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, low-lying areas of Jammu and Kashmir and southern region of Ladakh.
- In the first week of July, it will knock in the north-eastern areas of Rajasthan.
- Monsoon will reach the entire country by mid-July