2 Jun 2023

Weather: Monsoon Likely To Be Active In Madhya Pradesh Between June 18-20; Pre-monsoon Activities In North India

Bhopal: The monsoon can be active in Madhya Pradesh between June 18 and 20. According to meteorologists, monsoon may enter Madhya Pradesh via Khandwa, Khargone, Burhanpur. Last year also the monsoon came from this route. 

Monsoon will first be active in Indore-Bhopal. Then it will rain in Jabalpur and Gwalior. Due to the activation of Western Disturbance from June 3, there will be no effect of heat, due to which the temperature will drop.

Senior meteorologist HS Pandey told that this time monsoon will enter from South West and South East of MP. Last year the monsoon entered through Khandwa, Khargone. The same is likely this time as well.

Pre-monsoon activities in North India

Meanwhile, North India including the plains as well as the hills has been enjoying comfortable weather conditions along with continuous pre-monsoon activities. These pre monsoon rainfall activities have kept the heat wave conditions far away from the region for quite some time now.

During the last 24 hours from 8:30 AM on Wednesday, Hisar recorded 42 mm of rain, Una recorded 46 mm of rain, Shimla 40 mm, Dharamsala 33 mm, Banihal 26 mm, Churu 25 mm, Tehri 24 mm, Amritsar 23 mm, Mandi 22 mm, Sikar 21 mm, Chandigarh 17 mm, Gulmarg 15 mm etc.

Good showers in parts of North India on June 3

Skymet Weather said on June 3, we can expect some good showers in parts of North India including the hills and the plains. Thereafter, activity will reduce on June 4, 5 and 6, but on-and-off showers of lighter intensity cannot be ruled out. On June 7, rains will be minimal, and large clearance will be seen starting June 8.

Temperatures will not shoot significantly, and while the rise is on the cards after rains cease, heatwave conditions are not expected anytime soon.

Meanwhile, heat wave conditions remain limited as in most parts of the country day temperatures are below the normal levels or close to it. However, it is the eastern parts including the states of Bihar, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, which are seeing higher maximum temperatures due to the absence of any weather system. Nevertheless, they remain suppressed and limited to some parts only.

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