9 Jun 2023

Weather: Monsoon Moving Ahead; To Cover Tamil Nadu, NE States in 2 Days; Check Monsoon Arrival Date in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, UP

Southwest Monsoon has finally made an onset over Kerala and it will cover Tamil Nadu, NE states in 2 days.


Southwest Monsoon has finally made an onset over Kerala, a week later than its scheduled arrival. However, rains have not been as heavy as usually seen during this time.


Nevertheless, good rains were observed in Kerala in the last 24 hours. In fact, during the last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Wednesday, Kozhikode recorded 74 mm of rains, Punalur 59 mm of rainfall, Thrissur 26 mm, Thiruvananthapuram 21 mm and Valparai 13 mm.


Monsoon to cover entire Tamil Nadu, NE states in next 2 days


Monsoon is progressing rapidly after Kerala. It will reach Karnataka and Tamil Nadu by Saturday. On the other hand, Monsoon rains have started in parts of South Tamil Nadu. Monsoon will cover entire Tamil Nadu and North East states in the next two days.


Monsoon will reach Maharashtra by June 10


According to IMD, the monsoon will reach Maharashtra by June 10 moving from the south. Then covering the northeastern states, it will move from West Bengal towards Bihar. By June 15, due to monsoon, rains will start in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and entire Bihar.


Thunderstorms, heavy rains due to effect of Biparjoy at these places


The Meteorological Department told on Friday, Biparjoy may intensify in the next 36 hours. Its effect can be seen in the coastal areas of Mumbai, Goa, Karnataka, North Kerala. During this, there are chances of thunderstorms and heavy rains.  Along with Mumbai, fishermen have also been told not to venture into the sea in Gujarat.


Fishermen have tied their boats on the seashore ahead of the onset of monsoon in Mumbai. Due to the rains, the sailors think it better to stay away from the sea for the next two months. The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains with strong winds in the coastal areas. Drizzle rains continue over Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Goa.


Monsoon will reach MP  in 2 weeks


After entry in Kerala, monsoon will knock in Madhya Pradesh also within 2 weeks. Meteorologists have said monsoon may reach Madhya Pradesh anytime after June 20. Earlier there was a forecast that it will reach by June 25. However, the pre-monsoon activity will continue before monsoon’s arrival. There is also a forecast of rain along with strong wind in many districts of the state.


Senior meteorologist HS Pandey told that if the monsoon arrives at this pace, then it can knock in the state by June 20-25. Like last time it will come via Khandwa, Khargone, Burhanpur. First Indore, then Bhopal, Gwalior-Jabalpur will receive showers. Monsoon had arrived in the state only on June 16 last year. By July 1, it had become active across the state.


Monsoon will come late in Rajasthan by 8 days


There was a thunderstorm and rain in Jaipur late on Thursday night. The rain brought down the temperature. Earlier, in many cities of the state, the day temperature has now gone up to 40 degrees or above. The weather is clear in most parts during the day. Here, due to the cyclone in the Arabian Sea, the entry of monsoon in Rajasthan is expected to be delayed by 8 days.


Monsoon will enter Uttar Pradesh by June 20


Monsoon will reach Uttar Pradesh on June 20. Meteorologists claim that in the next 48 hours, 35 districts of Uttar Pradesh can get relief from the heat. Prayagraj city remained hottest for the second day in the week with 44.1°C. At the same time, on June 9, the Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert of heat wave in 19 districts of UP


Temp will rise in eastern India


On the other hand, heat will increase over the eastern parts of the country for the next 3-4 days. Heat wave conditions will continue over Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Odisha, East Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. In North-West India i.e. Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Western Uttar Pradesh, the temperature is expected to be 3-5 degrees above normal for the next 5 days.

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