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There will be a change in Delhi-NCR today, leave home with an umbrella… Know this new alert of IMD on monsoon.

Nita Yadav

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Today’s weather: It looked like the monsoon had already arrived when it rained on Wednesday night amid scorching and humid heat in Delhi-NCR. On the next day i.e. Thursday, the temperature dropped and there was light drizzle. The weather department had predicted rain throughout the day. But this did not happen. It rained in the morning. The sky remained cloudy till afternoon. But later the scorching sun came again, in such a situation people were again disappointed. But today i.e. Friday (Aaj Ka Mausam) is also seeing less temperature as compared to Thursday. Meteorological department says that it will rain today.

The sky is completely covered with clouds. There are chances of rain. Delhi-NCR recorded a temperature of 30 degrees Celsius in the morning. While on Thursday morning, the temperature was recorded at 37 degree Celsius. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be fog throughout the day today. 40 percent chance of rain today. Humidity will be 41 percent and wind will blow at a speed of 10 kilometers per hour. Rain will not be continuous but intermittent. Talking about the hilly areas, heavy rainfall will occur in many areas of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand today. Temperature will remain below 17 degrees at many places in Himachal with cloudy skies and heavy thundershowers. The situation will be similar in Uttarakhand also. Rain will occur in some parts of Rajasthan. There will be no rain in Punjab-Haryana but the weather will remain cloudy throughout the day. Many areas from West UP to Central Uttar Pradesh may receive scattered rain.

Monsoon will come in July

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But if from this you are thinking that the monsoon has knocked, then you are wrong. The Meteorological Department (IMD) said that north India may face heat wave till the end of July. But in Central and East India, Monsoon will fully knock in three to four days. After this, it will reach North India in early July. According to the IMD, the monsoon will arrive in full after a few days i.e. in July. Compared to previous years, the heat has been more this time. Meteorologists say that this time the heat has been so intense. Monsoon is expected to be equally good. Because when the wind warms and rises, the monsoon winds rush in to fill that void. Then it rains heavily.

It will rain more than last time

The Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) affects the monsoon to a great extent. IOD is the effect due to differences in ocean and surface temperature from the atmosphere. The activities in the Indian Ocean determine how the monsoon will be. Right now IOD is neutral here. IOD is likely to turn positive soon. Which is a sign of more rain.

Earlier, when IOD was positive, India experienced above normal rainfall in 1983, 1994 and 1997. While it was negative, the year 1992 saw very little rainfall. El Niño and La Niña are the two most important factors for monsoons. In El Nino, the sea temperature rises by 3 to 4 degrees. Monsoons in India are often weak due to El Nino. Currently, El Nino is weak in the Pacific Ocean. El Niño effect is neutral. According to the scientists of the meteorological department, El Nino will turn into La Nina in July. Due to which there is a possibility of good rain in monsoon. This time it will rain more heavily than last monsoon.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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