Monsoon Renewal: Monsoon is likely to arrive in Delhi as early as June 15, 12 days early

Monsoon Renewal : The southwestern weather is likely to reach Delhi as early as June 15, 12 days before its normal June 27 date, officials of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said. Normally, the rains reach Delhi on June 27 and cover the whole country on July 8.

The southwest climate has officially arrived in Himachal Pradesh, the Department of Meteorology said. Light rains have averaged in many parts of the province on June 13, said Shimla Meteorological Center Director Manmohan Singh.
Kandaghat in Solan region received 51.6 mm of rain, followed by Shahpur (Kangra) 36.5 mm and Dalhousie (Chamba) 28 mm, Singh said. Last year, the rains came to the government on June 24, and the typical rainy day for HP is June 26, he added. Meanwhile, light to moderate rainfall is most likely to occur in many areas on June 14 with heavy rains far away in the lower and middle hills of the state, Singh said.

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“The southwestern weather forecast continued in parts of northern Haryana, Chandigarh and north of the Punjab on June 13,” the Department of Education said. Circumstances allow rain to continue to be part of the twin areas over the next two days. According to the weather office forecast, light and moderate rainfall is likely in most parts of Haryana and Punjab on June 14 and 15.

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In 2013, rain flooded the country on June 16, according to Mahesh Palawat of Skymet Weather, an independent forecasting company. Last year, the air system covered the entire country on June 29, seven days before the normal day of July 8.

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