Monsoon knock: mercury dropped by 5 degrees in Delhi; Crane carried in Ganga due to storm in Bihar; 6 thousand pillars broken in Haryana; 517 Transformer Bad

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According to the Meteorological Department, monsoon can knock in Kerala in the next 24 hours. It is 2 days late from the scheduled time. Pre-monsoon rain continues in Kerala for 3 days. Satellite images show cloudy skies over Kerala coast and adjoining southeast Arabian Sea. However, private weather agency Skymet has announced the arrival of monsoon in Kerala on the afternoon of May 30.

This time due to the impact of two storms Tau-Te and Yas on many states, the effect of Nautape was not visible at all. Delhi recorded a temperature of 22.2 degrees Celsius on Wednesday. It is 5 degrees below normal.

Crane overturned in Bihar, 6,000 pillars broken in Haryana
A crane got washed away in the Ganges after strong wind blowing in Bihar’s Begusarai district. The construction of a six-lane bridge on the river Ganga was going on in Simaria. There was a strong storm on Tuesday evening, in which mechanical cranes and jetties were washed away in the Ganges. At the same time, 6 thousand poles were broken and 517 transformers got damaged due to storm and rain in Haryana. Their repair work is going on.

A bridge flowing over the river Ganga at Simaria in Begusarai district of Bihar.

A bridge flowing over the river Ganga at Simaria in Begusarai district of Bihar.

Rain in Rajasthan, winds blowing at a speed of 50 KMPH
The weather pattern changed from Wednesday morning in many cities including Jaipur in Rajasthan. From 5:30 in the morning there was a strong storm. After about an hour the weather got worse. Dark clouds covered the sky. After this, there was thunder and rain at a speed of about 50 to 60 kilometers. The roofs of houses were blown off and trees fell in many areas due to the storm. In the next 24 hours, apart from Jaipur, thunderstorm, hailstorm, dust storm, strong wind (40-50 kmph) can occur in Churu, Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Dausa, Alwar, Karauli, Bharatpur districts.

A tree fell on top of a car due to strong winds in Mahesh Nagar area of ​​Jaipur.

A tree fell on top of a car due to strong winds in Mahesh Nagar area of ​​Jaipur.

Madhya Pradesh: Rain in Indore, Bhopal
With the onset of pre-monsoon activity early this time, there is a possibility of early monsoon in Madhya Pradesh. June also started with rain. It rained in many districts including Indore, Bhopal on Tuesday evening. More than 20 trees have fallen in Indore. According to the Meteorological Department, there is no possibility of increasing heat now. This time there was no heat wave condition for a single day in the summer. The direction of wind continued to remain north-west towards Indore. The second reason was not even the hot air of Rajasthan heating Indore. The mercury did not go above 40 degrees. Because this time there was not too much heat there. However, the mercury definitely went up to 42 degrees in Bhopal. Because here the wind direction was south.

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There was heavy rain in Indore, Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday evening.

There was heavy rain in Indore, Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday evening.

Cloudy weather in many districts of Jharkhand
Many districts of Jharkhand including Ranchi, Gumla, Hazari, Purvi Singhbhum, West Singhbhum, Palamu, Garhwa, Koderma, Pakur have been cloudy since Wednesday morning. Earlier on Tuesday evening, it rained heavily in Ranchi with strong wind. According to the Meteorological Department, 42 mm of rain fell in 3 hours and winds were blowing at a speed of 30-40 km per hour. According to IMD, a Low-Pressure Cyclonic Area is persisting over Bihar. Its turf line extends from Bihar to Jharkhand via West Bengal.

1156 trees fell due to storm in Haryana
The sequence of thunderstorms and rain is continuing in the state. More than 6 thousand electric poles were broken due to the storm and rain that came late on Monday night. Around 1,156 trees were felled. Due to the failure of 517 transformers in the darkness, there was power failure in the villages and cities for 12 to 18 hours. In some areas, power supply could not be started till 12 noon or 5 pm. There are many villages where electricity could not reach even till 6 o’clock. The effect of the storm was more in 15 districts.

A tree fell on a truck due to strong wind in Guhla Cheeka of Kaithal district of Haryana.

A tree fell on a truck due to strong wind in Guhla Cheeka of Kaithal district of Haryana.

Chhattisgarh: Thunderstorm with rain in 14 districts
Weather disturbances continue in entire Chhattisgarh including Raipur. The Meteorological Department has predicted thunderstorm and lightning in 14 districts. IMD has predicted rain in Surajpur, Surguja, Balrampur, Jashpur, Korba, Rajnandgaon, Balod, Kanker, Durg, Raipur, Dhamtari, Gariaband, Balodabazar, Mahasamund and adjoining districts.

Many records broken in Delhi
There is a possibility of rain in Delhi on Wednesday. Delhi’s temperature on Tuesday was recorded at 17.6 degrees Celsius, which was 10 degrees below normal. Delhi’s maximum temperature was recorded at 33 degrees on Wednesday. A day earlier on Tuesday, it was recorded 33.6 degrees. After 13 years in Delhi, the mercury has dropped below 37.5 degrees in May. Apart from this, this is happening for the first time since 2014, when there is no heat wave in Safdarganj area during Nautpa and after 2011 Palam area has remained untouched by heat wave.

Monsoon will arrive in Himachal from June 24
Monsoon will knock in Himachal Pradesh this time on June 24. Pre-monsoon will start from June 15. This time there is a possibility of more rain than normal. The Meteorological Department said that this time there will be good rain in monsoon. Last year there was about 30 per cent less rainfall. It will benefit the farmers and gardeners of the state.

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