Monsoon is expected to reach Kerala in two-three days, there will be rain in these districts of UP and Bihar, know the latest weather conditions
The weather pattern in the country started changing before the monsoon. Moderate to heavy rains are occurring in many states. Talking about the national capital Delhi, the weather here has been pleasant for four consecutive days. At the same time, the sky will remain partly cloudy even today. The minimum temperature of Delhi is going to be 24 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature is 37 degrees Celsius. Apart from this, there is a possibility of rain in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar also. On the other hand, talking about Kerala, there was a possibility of a monsoon coming here on June 27, but now according to the Meteorological Department, it may be delayed. That means you may have to wait another 48 hours. Let's know the latest weather conditions of major states...
Monsoon expected to reach Kerala in 2-3 days
The southwest monsoon is expected to reach Kerala during the next two to three days, marking the sluggish start of seasonal rains, the lifeline of India's agriculture-based economy. Earlier, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) had predicted an onset in Kerala on Friday (May 27) based on Cyclone Asani, which hit the Bay of Bengal a fortnight ago. The forecast had a model error of four days.
The IMD said that as per the latest meteorological signals, the westerly winds in the lower levels over the South Arabian Sea have intensified and deepened. According to satellite imagery, the Kerala coast and adjoining southeast Arabian Sea are cloudy. Hence, conditions are becoming favorable for the onset of Monsoon over Kerala during the next 2-3 days. The Met Office announces the onset of the monsoon in Kerala.
Akshay Deoras, a monsoon researcher at the UK-based University of Reading, said on Twitter, that the monsoon has now reached the latitude of Kerala. However, the rainfall in the state is not enough to announce the onset of monsoon. Forecasts suggest that the beginning can happen at any time. He said that there may be a start between May 30 and June 2 but it will not be strong.
The Meteorological Department has given news of relief amidst the scorching heat in Uttar Pradesh. According to the Meteorological Department, till May 28, a yellow alert has been issued in 10 districts, while there is a possibility of light rain with strong winds in more than 20 districts of the state. According to the Meteorological Department, Deoria, Balrampur, Siddharthnagar, Sant Kabir Nagar, Gorakhpur, Maharajganj, Kushinagar, Sonbhadra, Chandauli, Varanasi, Sitapur, Bahraich, Kaushambi, Chitrakoot, Rae Bareli, Amethi, Banda, Fatehpur, Hamirpur, and Mahoba will see rain today. There is a possibility of light rain along with it.
A state in Eastern India
Bihar had received heavy rains last week and now once again heavy rains have been expected between May 28 and May 30. The northern regions of Bihar include the areas of Supaul, Motihari, Araria, West Champaran, East Champaran, Sitamarhi, Madhubani, Kishanganj, Purnia, Madhepura, Katihar, Gopalganj, Muzaffarpur, Saharsa and Darbhanga will receive maximum rainfall. There may be some less rain in other parts.
According to the Meteorological Department, in the next 24 hours in Rajasthan, Tonk, Bundi, Sawai Madhopur, Kota, and Baran. Rain and lightning may occur in the adjoining areas of Jhalawar. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be dust storm weather here. The wind speed will be 30-40 kph.
rain in Madhya Pradesh
There is a possibility of rain in Rewa, Chambal, Shahdol, Jabalpur, Narsinghpur, Chhindwara, Seoni, Damoh, Sagar, Chhatarpur, Tikamgarh, capital Bhopal, Sehore in Madhya Pradesh.
Monsoon moves towards Kerala after six days of pause
After six days of pause, the Southwest Monsoon has moved towards Kerala. It is likely to reach here by May 27. Currently, it is active in Sri Lanka and surrounding areas. According to experts of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), conditions are favorable for monsoon. Monsoon is likely to be active over the Arabian Sea, the entire Maldives, and Lakshadweep in the next 48 hours. Monsoon experts say that in an unusual way, the monsoon had reached Andaman and Nicobar on 16 May itself. It was likely to move rapidly due to Cyclone Asni. At present, there is doubt about the early onset of monsoon in North India. According to researcher Akshay Devsar, no progress was seen in the Bay of Bengal branch of monsoon after May 20.