Mansoon In Delhi
IMD scientists and Weather Forecast department say they will confirm the arrival of the monsoon in Delhi depending on how favorable the conditions are with its development over the next four to five days. “It will be humid and hot with high temperatures starting from 40 to 43 degree C in most parts of northwestern India including Delhi.
But there will be no heat wave We expect the monsoon to download again from June 19 due to Low air pressure system and continue west to uttar pradesh, ”the District said Head of the Weather Forecasting Center kuldeep shrivastava mansoon will reach in noida around June 19 or 20. shrivastava, however emphasized that the Department cannot say what the situation is arriving in Delhi can be announced soon.
The monsoon arrives in Kerala in June before adding more parts of the country and start moving back in September It introduces about 70% of India’s annual rainfall. Monsoon it is important to grow rice, wheat, sugarcane and we will go to a country where farming is calculated 15% of the economy but employs more than half of its people.
Monsoon is also important in reorganizing dams and making groundwater Monsoon rains lasted longer than last year and caused flooding as it started in the dryest June in five years and below average in July. IMD said the monsoon passes through Kandla again Ahmedabad (Gujarat), Indore, Raisen and Khajuraho (Madhya Pradesh) and Fatehpur and Bahraich in UttarPradesh, where it reached at least five days prematurely. Added the monsoon, however, was on the standard track.
Mansoon Updates From National Weather Forecasting Center
National Weather Forecasting Center head K Sathi Devi said The monsoon had progressed very well so far with the help from it a low-pressure area, which grew over the Bay Bengal last week. “The low-pressure air has moved to the direction of country from the coast of Odisha and facilitated major development, we bring a lot of rain.
Another low-pressure system is possible developing over Northern Bengal on June 19 these The systems run west to northwest. When they grow up, they will strengthen savings and help it continue forward. “IMD said it was a ground-breaking system, which helped monsoon flow in advance, has diminished now. So, there it is it may be raining in northwest India over three days were added.
It said heavy and heavy rain in Konkan, Goa and beyond Maharashtra on time in the next two days. IMD said the rain is getting stronger in the east India is likely to grow and rain in the rain is possible over the region, including sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim in the next two days. There will be heavy rain in Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram at a later date in five days, IMD reported on Tuesday.