According to the India Meteorological Department, Mumbai, Palghar, Thane and Raigad are likely to receive moderate to heavy rain today (IMD).
The entry of early monsoon (Monsoon 2022) can be seen in North India including the capital Delhi . Actually, the weather in Delhi will remain pleasant for a few days. Giving good information, IMD Alert has said that there will be relief from heat. In this way the weather conditions are being created that there is a possibility of the monsoon entering Delhi by next week. With the onset of monsoon, the rain alert will start in Delhi . Which will give relief from the heat.
However, a drop of two to three times in the temperature will also be recorded. According to meteorologists, till June 27, the entry of monsoon can be seen in parts of Uttar Pradesh including Delhi-NCR . Here, due to pre-monsoon, the Meteorological Department has predicted partly cloudy sky in Delhi on Wednesday. Apart from this, the maximum temperature has been predicted to be 36 degrees and the minimum temperature is 25 degrees Celsius. With the onset of monsoon from June 27, heavy rains will start in many areas of Delhi.
Here , a flood situation has arisen in Assam . Assam Meghalaya Manipur Arunachal Pradesh including Nagaland continues to receive heavy rains, while in the southern states, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Goa, including Odisha, Andhra Pradesh , is also continuing with drizzle. Yellow alert for rain has been issued in many areas. Apart from this, if we talk about North India, then the sky will remain cloudy in Haryana, Punjab and New Delhi including Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh . Thunderstorm and rain may occur over some areas. However, with the entry of monsoon on June 27, a change in the weather will be seen in these areas. The drop in temperature continues.
At the same time, the process of rain has started in Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Rajasthan . With the onset of monsoon in Madhya Pradesh, there is a possibility of rain and thundershowers in Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh including Rajasthan, Gujarat . In the mountainous state, there is a possibility of rain and thundershowers in Uttarakhand, Leh Ladakh, Shimla, Jammu and Kashmir . The sky will be cloudy. Life will remain normal.
According to the India Meteorological Department, Mumbai, Palghar, Thane and Raigad are likely to receive moderate to heavy rain today (IMD). The sky will remain cloudy with light rain in the city and suburbs. Heavy to very heavy rainfall is possible at isolated places. After issuing the Orange Alert, the weather service has been informed in its daily bulletin.
The city may receive around 130 mm of rain in the next two or three days, which is not unusual for Mumbai, but could lead to waterlogging. Most of Mumbai and its suburbs also received light rain over the weekend. South Mumbai received more rain than the suburbs, with IMD’s Colaba observatory recording 67 mm and the Santa Cruz observatory recording 13 mm.
After receiving only a few Monsoon rains in the last week since its arrival, the rain activity is expected to increase this week. The sky has been cloudy in Maharashtra for the last few days, with most parts of the state including Mumbai receiving light rain.
While the Southwest Monsoon has been over many parts of Maharashtra, including its capital Mumbai, rainfall activity has been low for most of this time. Mumbai’s air quality is in the ‘good’ category due to the recent rains. Government agency System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR) said at 8:45 am today that the total AQI was 29.
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), westerly winds along the west coast, along with a trough extending from north interior Karnataka to south Tamil Nadu, are likely to cause heavy rains over Maharashtra and its neighboring states for the next five days on June 22 and possibly further. The reason will be
As a result, heavy rain is very likely over South Konkan and Goa from Saturday to Wednesday (June 18-22) and over Ghat areas of Madhya Maharashtra from Monday to Wednesday (June 20-22). Meanwhile, the much-awaited Southwest Monsoon has moved into remaining parts of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha and additional parts of Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Bihar today.
We have taken all measures to ensure that the information provided in this article and on our social media platform is credible, verified and sourced from other Big media Houses. For any feedback or complaint, reach out to us at email@example.com