Weather: Monsoon reached Himachal ahead of time

Weather- Heavy rains are expected in Mumbai and Thane over the next two days. Heavy rains are also expected in Goa, due to which a red alert has been issued.
New Delhi: The southwest monsoon reached Himachal Pradesh on Sunday. The monsoon came prematurely after 21 years. With the monsoon officially reaching Himachal Pradesh, it rains in many parts of the state. Last year, the monsoon arrived in the state on June 24, while the normal date for its arrival is June 26. Light to moderate rains are expected in many parts of the state today, while some low-lying and central areas of the state may receive heavy rains.

Weather- Heavy rain expected in Mumbai, orange alert The meteorological service has issued an orange alert indicating heavy rain in Mumbai and Thane for the next two days. There is a red alert in and around Ratnagiri, Raigad until Monday. Meanwhile, heavy rains accompanied by strong winds are expected. Faced with the alert, BMC’s Disaster Management Department alerted all of its machinery and other relief agencies. Heavy rains are expected in Goa, due to which the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red alert.

Rain forecast in these cities of UP
According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, from Monday, the monsoon will hit places like Kanpur, Unnao, Kannauj, Banda, Mahoba, Hamirpur, Hardoi, Etawah, Auraiya, Jalaun, Chitrakoot, Fatehpur, Farrukhabad etc. could. According to Dr SN Pandey, a meteorologist at Chandrashekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology (CSA), the monsoon is reaching North India much earlier this time.

Over the next three to four days, Bikaner, Jaipur, Bharatpur, Jodhpur, Udaipur and Kota divisions of Rajasthan are expected to receive half rains and a temperature drop of two to three degrees Celsius in most areas. According to the meteorological department, this monsoon should cover the whole country except for the Kutch region in southern Rajasthan and Gujarat. This year, the whole country is expected to receive normal southwest monsoon rains from June to September.

The monsoon reached parts of the Punjab early on Sunday and the weather service forecast more rains in the next two days. In Haryana, Sirsa received heavy rains and recorded 101.4 mm of rain, while it was recorded in Dabwali 62 mm. In Punjab, Bathinda recorded 49.4mm, Faridkot 24.4mm, Hoshiarpur 23mm, Adampur 17.2mm, Muktsar 51mm, Balachaur 19.1mm, Rajpura 57.6mm, Ludhiana 15mm and Jalandhar 10mm . Faded away.

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