IMD Alert : Weather will change, rain alert in 12 states till May 19, heatwave warning in 8 states, know complete details

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IMD Alert : Weather will change, rain alert in 12 states till May 19, heatwave warning in 8 states, know complete details
IMD Alert : Weather will change, rain alert in 12 states till May 19, heatwave warning in 8 states, know complete details

Talking about the same Monsoon 2022, the monsoon in Kerala usually reaches on 1st June. The monsoon will knock in Mumbai after 10 days of the same week.


After May 20, after the first knock of monsoon (Monson 2022) and the activation of western disturbance, more than 17 states will see rain. IMD Alert has issued a heatwave alert in 8 states of the country till May 18. Actually, along with issuing heat and heat alert in 8 states, IMD Alert has given great news about monsoon this year, in fact monsoon is about to knock. After the monsoon reaches Andaman and Nicobar by May 16, the first monsoon rains can be seen on May 17.

Apart from this, monsoon will enter Kerala by 26 May. With the entry of monsoon in Kerala, the situation of change in weather will be seen simultaneously in many states of the country. According to meteorologists, after 5 days, a warning of heavy rain has been issued in the Andaman and Nicobar Deep Group. Along with this, there have also been estimates of lightning with thunder. Monsoon will start in Kerala from June 1. The climate of Kerala will remain pleasant due to incessant rains from June 1.

Widespread light rain has been predicted over Andaman and Nicobar Islands till May 18. Rain has been forecast in this island group from 14 to 16 May. Apart from this, heatwave alert has been issued in 7 states. Apart from the capital Delhi, Haryana, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chandigarh, Rajasthan have predicted a temperature of 44 degrees to 46 degrees Celsius, while a heat wave alert has been issued in some parts of Bihar, Jharkhand .

Along with this, in the southern states, a warning of moderate and heavy rain has been issued in Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Andhra . There is a possibility of lightning with thunder. Talking about the same Monsoon 2022, the monsoon in Kerala usually reaches on 1st June. The monsoon will knock in Mumbai after 10 days of the same week. There is a possibility of heat wave in most parts of Delhi NCR North India . Due to the western monsoon, rain can be seen in Kerala till May 25.

Talking about the eastern part , rain is continuing in Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram and Nagaland . It is seeing continuous rain. The weather remains pleasant with the drop in temperature. Rain alert was issued in 17 states till 22 May, while with heatwave warning in 8 states only, the Meteorological Department has predicted a change in the weather from 18 May.

The India Meteorological Department, which has been hit by heat wave for the past one week, with the mercury crossing 46 degrees Celsius (degree Celsius) in southwest Delhi’s Najafgarh on Friday, said a “severe heat” would hit the city on Saturday. According to the report, Delhi’s base weather station Safdarjung on Friday recorded a maximum temperature of 42.5 degrees Celsius, three notches above normal, while Najafgarh recorded a maximum temperature of 46.1 degrees Celsius.

Interestingly, there is a “Yellow” alert for Sunday, with a similar high level of 44-46 degree Celsius expected at most of the stations. Southwest Delhi’s Zafarpur Kalan recorded the second highest temperature at 45.6 degrees Celsius, followed by Mungeshpur at 45.4 degrees Celsius and Pitampura at 44.7 degrees Celsius, with all the four weather stations recording heatwave conditions. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) declares a heatwave in the plains if the maximum temperature is 40 degrees Celsius or more and 4.5 degrees above normal, this criterion is satisfied for two consecutive days.

However, officials of the Meteorological Department have predicted some relief after the weekend as the mercury is expected to drop to around 41 degrees Celsius on Monday due to a fresh Western Disturbance. The temperature on Friday was almost the same as on Thursday. Although Najafgarh crossed the 46 degree mark. As per the forecast, the maximum temperature is likely to be recorded on Saturday as compared to Saturday and Sunday. From Monday, Delhi will see cloudy skies and rain with thundershowers, bringing down the maximum temperature to 41-42 degrees Celsius.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday announced that the southwest monsoon is likely to set over Kerala on May 27, much ahead of its normal date of June 1. If the forecast turns out to be correct, this would be the earliest onset of monsoon over Kerala since at least 2009.

Unfavorable atmospheric conditions over the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean may result in above-normal rainfall during the first half of the monsoon season and may augur well for sowing. However, in the second half of the season there may be unstable rainfall which may affect irrigation. GP Sharma, President of Meteorology and Climate, said there could be a fight between La Nia and the Indian Ocean Dipole, which results in a normal monsoon during the first two months, but during the second half of the monsoon rain may stop or become unstable. can.

According to the latest update from the Bureau of Meteorology, Australia’s National Weather, Climate and Water Agency, the oceanic and atmospheric phenomenon in the Pacific Ocean, La Nia remains active in the tropical Pacific Ocean. According to the IMD, there is an irregular pressure of sea surface temperature. In which the western Indian Ocean becomes alternately warm and then cold compared to the eastern part of the ocean.