The Indian Meteorological Department has issued warnings about heavy to very heavy rainfall in three states. The department estimates that the rains started in Telangana, Karnataka, Goa and the Konkan region from June 13, which may continue till June 14. Similarly, heavy to very heavy rains may occur over Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Meghalaya and Andhra Pradesh. According to Meteorological Department officials, a low air pressure area has formed in the Bay of Bengal, due to which rain may occur in these states.
According to the Meteorological Department, there may be rain in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Jammu, and Kashmir as well as Uttarakhand in the coming days. In Rajasthan and adjoining areas, the effect of heat will be from 13 to 16 June. At the same time, heavy rainfall was recorded in many areas of the country during the last 24 hours. During this time, the highest rainfall of 167 mm in the country was in Ratnagiri in Maharashtra.
After heavy heat throughout the day, there was light rain with heavy thunderstorms in NCR and adjoining cities including Delhi in the evening. Due to the change in the weather, people suffering from heat got relief. But the Meteorological Department estimates that this relief will not last. From Sunday, the heat will again be disturbed and the mercury is up to 41 degrees while on Monday it is expected to reach 42 degrees. The good thing is that the monsoon is moving at a good pace.
There was a confluence of heat and rain in Rajasthan and other states. Loo and 11 are likely to rain in four districts of the state. Pre-monsoon rains in Jaipur Rajasthan continue with hot air. East Rajasthan is witnessing pre-monsoon rains, then the monsoon of western Rajasthan has made good progress and it has moved ahead in Marathwada, central Maharashtra.
All parts of Telangana have covered. Vidarbha, having progressed to some more parts of Chhattisgarh, has crossed most of Odisha. West Bengal also has knocked. It has started raining in Kolkata. Monsoon has also progressed in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh. Showers have started in all parts of Sikkim
According to the Meteorological Department, the monsoon reaches many areas in the central and eastern parts of the country from 10 to 15 June. Now Mumbai is waiting for the monsoon. It is expected that in Ranchi, Bhagalpur and Darbhanga will come at the normal times. After crossing Bihar, monsoon can knock over eastern Uttar Pradesh after June 15 in Prayagraj, Varanasi, Ballia, Gorakhpur, Azamgarh, Bahraich, Basti and surrounding areas. Meanwhile, the arrival of monsoon is also expected in the southeastern parts of Madhya Pradesh.
Ganganagar in Rajasthan was the hottest city during the last 24 hours where the maximum temperature was recorded at 45.0 degrees Celsius. The temperature in the states of North India has been rising for several days. Despite the pre-monsoon activities in the coming days, the temperature in the cities of Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, Rajasthan has increased.