Light rain and cloud cover were predicted in Delhi with thunderstorms, while the rainy season will start in Himachal including Uttarakhand.
Changes are being seen in the weather update in many states of the country. Actually the entry of monsoon (monsoon 2022) has been done in the country. With the arrival of monsoon in Andaman, IMD Alert has given an alert of cloud cover in many states including the capital Delhi. According to the IMD Alert, the monsoon has been predicted to reach Kerala by 27 May. At the same time, if the Meteorological Department is to be believed, then the monsoon will become active in the Andaman and Nicobar group from May 22. In the same country, there has been an early onset of monsoon. Due to which it is being estimated that it will reach Kerala before the scheduled date.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that monsoon rains will hit Kerala on May 27. This is five days before the usual June 1 start date. In the coming days, it spreads across the country from the coast. The pre-monsoon rains have started in Kerala. The IMD has issued a warning for the advance of Southwest Monsoon into the Andaman Sea, which will bring more rain and strong weather in the coming days. The date along the Andaman Sea is usually 22 May. Last month, the weather service predicted that the country would see normal monsoon rains this year.
Not only this, if the IMD Alert is to be believed, then on Tuesday and Wednesday also there will be dust storm in the capital Delhi, along with it there will be light clouds. Due to which people will get relief from heat wave. However, there is a drop in the temperature in many states. The general public will get relief from a drop of two to three percent in the temperature. If the same IMD alert is to be believed, after two-three days, there is a possibility of the Southwest Monsoon moving into the Bay of Bengal. After which the rainy season will start, the same rain will remain in force for 4 months.
According to the Meteorological Department, a Western Disturbance is becoming active in Central Pakistan. Due to this Western Disturbance, which is active from Tuesday, the hill state will see rain. In fact , there is a possibility of rain with thunder and lightning in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal, Uttarakhand . There will be clouds in the sky. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of hailstorm in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand . After the monsoon reaches Kerala by May 27, there is a possibility of rain in Kerala, Goa, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu .
Here, according to the Meteorological Department, the possibility of heatwave has been expressed in Central and North India. However, a drop of three to four percent will be recorded in the maximum temperature. While some parts of UP including Bihar, Jharkhand, Bengal were on high alert till May 17. Heavy rain alert has been issued in Tamil Nadu, South Interior Karnataka with thundershowers. In fact, after the cyclonic circulation, heavy rains are being seen in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu including Kerala. Apart from this , rain will continue in the eastern states of Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland . In fact, till May 20, an alert of heavy rain and thundershower has been issued in these states.
The IMD said on Monday that three to four percent drop in temperature has been recorded in many states including Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh . At the same time, by May 17, the heatwave will end completely in 17 states. No heatwave will be seen anywhere after May 17. A 2 percent drop in temperature has been recorded in the capital Delhi . The highest 47 degree Celsius has been recorded in Safdarganj. At the same time, two to three percent drop in temperature has been recorded in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar .
Light rain and cloud cover were predicted in Delhi with thunderstorms, while the rainy season will start in Himachal including Uttarakhand . The temperature in Mungeshpur near the Haryana border reached 49 degrees on Sunday, breaking the previous record of 48 degrees set in May 1966. Lack of rain is considered to be one of the reasons for the extreme temperature in the national capital. Many other parts of the country like Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh are still facing severe heat wave conditions.
When rainfall is quantitatively 99 percent of the long period average, it is considered normal (LPA). Heavy to very heavy rain is possible over Andaman and Nicobar Islands between 17 to 20 hours. Heavy rains will continue over entire Northeast India for the next three to four days. According to Skymet Weather, heavy pre-monsoon rains will continue over Kerala, Karnataka, interior Tamil Nadu, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Northeast India till the onset of monsoon.