Relief from heat soon; Monsoon rains in Talakonkan in four days

On Monday, June 3, monsoon rains moved over the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal as well as parts of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh. The Meteorological Department has predicted that there is a favorable environment for monsoon rains and monsoon rains will enter Talconkan in the next four days. According to the Meteorological Department, monsoon rains occurred over Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, central Arabian Sea and northwestern parts of the Bay of Bengal on Monday. There is a favorable condition for monsoon rains and monsoon rains are expected to enter the central Arabian Sea, Goa as well as Talconkan and South Maharashtra in the next four to five days. Along with this, it will also extend to areas of Telangana, Odisha and West Bengal.

Possibility of rain across the state

The state is likely to witness thunderstorms and winds with speeds of 30 to 40 kmph for the next three days. Rainfall is forecast in Pune, Nagar, Satara, Sangli, Solapur, Kolhapur, Dharashiv, Latur, Nanded, Yavatmal, Chandrapur and Gadchiroli districts on Tuesday. Rainfall is forecast across the state on Wednesday. Heavy east monsoon rains are expected in entire Konkan including Mumbai on Friday.

People are shocked by the heat

There is severe heat in various states of the country including North India. In the last few days, the temperature in Phalodi, Rajasthan reached 50 degrees Celsius. The mercury also reached 49 degrees Celsius in the capital Delhi. People in most of the districts of Uttar Pradesh are scared of drought. People suffering from drought are now just waiting for rain. This year, monsoon arrived in Kerala before the scheduled time on 30 May.

According to Mahesh Palawat of Skymet Weather Agency, monsoon is expected to arrive in Delhi by June 27. Light rain may occur before that. Monsoon may enter Varanasi or Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh around June 18 to 20. Apart from this, heavy rain is expected in Lucknow around June 23 to 25.


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