Mercury will remain to 40 degrees by the end of June !

Mercury- After reaching Kerala two days behind schedule, the monsoon progressed rapidly over the country and reached eastern, central and northwestern India 7-10 days ahead of standard time.
However, in other parts of the country, including Delhi, parts of Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab, it is unlikely to go any further in the next seven days.
New Delhi: After a 13-day hiatus in Delhi, the mercury crossed 40 degrees Celsius on Wednesday. The Indian meteorological department gave this information. IMD’s Regional Forecast Center director Kuldeep Srivastava said there was no possibility of monsoon rains in the capital until the end of June and by then the maximum temperature should be about 40 degrees Celsius.

He said the heatwave is not expected. According to IMD, the monsoon arrived two days late in Kerala, followed by rains over eastern, central and northwestern India for seven to ten days before normal. Mercury

The department said there was no possibility of rain in Delhi, parts of Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab until the end of June. Srivastava said there could be light rain in Delhi-NCR on June 26. Mahesh Palawat of ‘Skymet Weather’ said monsoon rains are expected in Delhi by the end of June.

The monsoon in Delhi and the surrounding area is a week old and waiting
India said on Tuesday that the Meteorological Department (IMD) said that in the next seven days before the monsoon in parts of Delhi and Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab “ is unlikely. The southwest monsoon has so far covered most parts of the country except parts of Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana and Punjab, IMD said in a statement. The main feature of the monsoon this year is the earlier than normal advance over eastern, central and northwestern India, the statement said. However, it is unlikely to move more to the rest of the country in the next seven days.

Uttar Pradesh- Monsoon weakened: No good rains expected for
a week Lucknow-based weather station manager JP Gupta told ‘Bhasha’ on Wednesday that the southwest monsoon had weakened in Uttar Pradesh and there was no chance of rain for the next week. Mercury…

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