Today Weather Update: In Kerala, the pre-monsoon has made its way across the country (Monsoon In Kerala). Although it had been predicted that the pre-monsoon would be delayed by two days this year, showers with high winds in various states of Northeast and North India, including Kerala, provided relief from the heat before June 1.
Today weather update, in the recent 24 hours, heavy rainfall in Gangetic West Bengal, Jharkhand’s Jamshedpur, Odisha’s coastal areas, and Northeast India as a whole.
On Saturday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a Yellow Warning for thunderstorm and lightning activity in numerous districts of Odisha, which will last till June 3.
According to the Indian Meteorological Department, heavy rain is expected across the whole northeastern state of West Bengal on June 1. With this, good rains are expected in more than 8 states of the country including Bihar and Jharkhand.
Let us inform you that strong rains were recorded in Mumbai on Sunday, accompanied with the pre-monsoon knock. On Monday night, the temperature in Delhi-NCR dropped due to high winds and rain.
Today Weather Update, Chances of Rain in these States
According to Skymet Weather, a private information provider, pre-monsoon rains are expected in more than 8 states across the country on Tuesday. Apart from these northeastern states, North India mostly consists of Punjab, Haryana, North Rajasthan, Delhi, Western Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Bihar, and Jharkhand. Apart from this, there is a possibility of good rains in the coastal areas of Kerala and Karnataka.
Rain Alert: Chances of Rain for the Next Two Days
The sky will be clouded and rain will be seen on the 2nd and 3rd of June in Delhi, according to the weather forecast published by the department. The temperature, however, will remain around 38 degrees.
On Monday morning, heavy rain fall in several districts of Mumbai. Officials from the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said the rains were pre-monsoon and would likely continue throughout the week. The formal start of monsoon season in the city is June 11th.
Due to cyclonic storm Tauktae, Mumbai received 1105 percent higher rainfall during the pre-monsoon period this year, from March 1 to May 31.
Mumbai had 214 mm of rain on May 17. In May, the pre-monsoon received a total of 304 millimetres of rain. Pre-monsoon has arrived in Maharashtra’s 24 districts.