Monsoon soaks Kerala and Lakshadweep: 20 in MP, Rajasthan likely to reach by June 25, Delhiites can get relief from heat wave for the first time


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The weather turned pleasant after rain in Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh.

With the arrival of monsoon, the monsoon has started soaking Kerala and Lakshadweep. Intermittent rain continues at both the places for the last 24 hours. The Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an alert of heavy rain in Kerala within 12 hours. In the last 24 hours, Kerala’s Thrissur with 11 cm, Kochi 9 cm, Kozhikode 7 cm, Vakad (Mallapuram district) 16 cm, Konni and Kanjirapalli (Kottayam district) 14 cm, Punjar and Konni with 13 cm Piravam It has rained 12 cm.

After soaking Kerala, the monsoon can reach Madhya Pradesh by June 20 and in Rajasthan by June 25. First Tau Te then after that due to the effect of Yas storm, this time the effect of Nautpe and Lu was not seen in most of the states of the country. According to IMD, this may be the first summer season in Delhi, in which heat waves do not run. It might start raining here in a few days.

When will monsoon reach major states

Maharashtra: June 10
Telangana: 11 June
West Bengal: 12 June
Odisha: 13 June
Jharkhand: 14 June
Bihar and Chhattisgarh: June 16
Gujarat: June 20
Uttarakhand and Madhya Pradesh: June 20
Uttar Pradesh: 22 June
Himachal Pradesh: June 24
Rajasthan: 25 June
Delhi and Haryana: 27 June
Punjab: 28 June

The weather turned pleasant after rain in Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh.

The weather turned pleasant after rain in Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh.

Rajasthan: Monsoon may arrive 4 days before
This time the Southwest Monsoon may arrive in the state 4 days ahead of time. This time the monsoon can reach Rajasthan by June 25. Whereas usually it enters the state only on or after 30 June. Monsoon enters Rajasthan from the area of ​​Dungarpur-Banswara. It enters Rajasthan border 8-10 days after the arrival of monsoon in Gujarat. IMD has also predicted 6 percent more rain than normal in the state this time.


Madhya Pradesh: Pre-monsoon begins, heavy rain in Indore
Pre-monsoon rains have started in Madhya Pradesh. The order of cloud cover is continuing in the afternoon for the last 4 days. It is also raining in many districts in the evening. On Thursday, at 3 o’clock in the afternoon, suddenly dark clouds covered Indore. Heavy rain started with thunderstorm. Since the beginning of June, the temperature has remained around 38 degrees due to rain. The night temperature also recorded 21.8 degrees. Similarly, Chhindwara also received heavy rain with thunderstorm in the afternoon. It was cloudy in Bhopal.

Haryana: Monsoon may arrive ahead of schedule
Monsoon may knock ahead of time in Haryana. In such a situation, there is a possibility that the monsoon will reach the state in the last week of June or early July. The state has been receiving an average of 460 mm of rain from June to September in the monsoon, but for the first time in the last 10 years, it had reached 415 mm in 2018. Since 1990, there has been such a situation only 12 times when there has been normal or above normal rainfall. Whereas 17 times it has rained below normal. In 1995, the state had received 83 per cent more rainfall than normal, when there was a flood situation.

Chhattisgarh: Rain in many districts including Raipur
It will normally take two more weeks for the southwest monsoon to enter Chhattisgarh. Rain was seen in many parts of the state including Raipur on Thursday evening. However, meteorologists clarified that it is not pre-monsoon rains. Rather, it has rained due to the effect of a cyclone active on North Chhattisgarh.

These are the 3 parameters of declaration of monsoon

  1. 60% of the 14 weather stations in Kerala, Lakshadweep and Karnataka should receive more than 2.5 mm of rain for two consecutive days after May 10.
  2. Westerly winds started blowing up to a height of 4.5 km above the ground surface, with a speed of 30 to 35 km / h near the surface.
  3. The thickness of the clouds is so high that the radiation returning from the ground to the sky is less than 200 W/sqm.

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