New Delhi. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Thursday that the Southwest Monsoon is progressing at a good pace and will reach all parts of West Bengal and Jharkhand in the next two days. According to the Meteorological Department, Monsoon has reached some more areas of South Gujarat, remaining areas of Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, some parts of South Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and South Gujarat.
The department said, ‘Conditions have become favorable for the arrival of monsoon in some more parts of Gujarat, remaining areas of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, entire West Bengal and Jharkhand, some parts of Bihar and East Uttar Pradesh and North Bay of Bengal in the next 48 hours. happened.’ According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of strong winds (speed of 25 to 35 kmph) for the next four days in the plains of northwest India.
The department said that a cyclonic circulation is persisting over the Bay of North West Bengal, due to which a low pressure area is likely to form over the Bay of North West Bengal and adjoining areas during the next 24 hours. It is very likely to strengthen in the next 24 hours and move in a west-northwest direction over Odisha. According to the Meteorological Department, ‘Due to its (low pressure area) effect, rain activities will be seen over a wide area and there is a possibility of heavy rain in most parts of East India and its adjoining central region.
The department said, ‘There is a possibility of heavy rain (20 cm) in the areas of Odisha on June 11 and 12. Similarly in Chhattisgarh on June 11- 13, in East Madhya Pradesh on June 13 and in Vidarbha on June 12-13. Heavy rain is forecast. The IMD said that due to the strengthening of westerly winds with low pressure in the coastal areas, it is forecast to continue with torrential rains from June 10 to 15 in the coastal areas of Maharashtra and from June 12 to 15 in coastal Karnataka. There is also a possibility of heavy rains from June 12 to 15, while there will be torrential rains between June 12 and 15 in Konkan. The Meteorological Department said that due to the formation of a low pressure area in the west-northwest and due to this, many areas of Northeast India (except Rajasthan) will see rain activity between June 12 and 14. At the same time, there is a forecast of torrential rains in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh on June 12.
Maximum temperature in Delhi is 39.8 degree Celsius, light rain likely on Friday
At the same time, the IMD said that the maximum temperature in the national capital was recorded at 39.8 degrees Celsius on Thursday. The Safdarjung Observatory recorded a minimum temperature of 29 degrees Celsius, which is one degree Celsius above normal. At the same time, the relative humidity level was recorded at 47 percent at 5:30 pm. According to the Central Pollution Control Board, the air quality index of Delhi stood at 214 at 7.05 pm.
Significantly, an AQI between zero and 50 is considered ‘good’, between 51 and 100 ‘satisfactory’, between 101 and 200 ‘moderate’, between 201 and 300 as ‘poor’, 301 AQI between 400 is considered ‘very poor’, an AQI between 401 and 500 is considered ‘severe’. The Meteorological Department has predicted cloudy sky and light rain on Friday. Here the minimum and maximum temperature can be 29 degree Celsius and 39 degree Celsius respectively.
Severe heat in Rajasthan, maximum temperature in Ganganagar is 45.3 degree celsius
Along with this, the scorching heat continues in Rajasthan and Ganganagar recorded the highest maximum temperature of 45.3 degree Celsius in the state. According to the Meteorological Department, on Thursday, the maximum temperature in Pilani was 44.7 degrees Celsius, Churu 44.5 degrees, Karauli 44 degrees, Sawai Madhopur 43.6 degrees, Bikaner 43 degrees and Kota 42.5 degrees Celsius. At the same time, the maximum temperature in other cities of the state was recorded below 42 degree Celsius.
According to the department, heat wave conditions will continue in Ganganagar, Hanumangarh, Churu and adjoining districts during the next 48 hours. A spokesman of the department said that from June 12, there may be thunderstorms in northern parts of Rajasthan, which is expected to provide relief from heat wave due to slight drop in temperature.
He said that there will be an increase in pre-monsoon activities once again from June 12 in East Rajasthan and from June 12 to 14, there may be sudden strong winds with rain in some districts of Kota, Jaipur, Udaipur, Bharatpur and Bikaner divisions. On the other hand, the weather will remain dry in most parts of Jodhpur division of South-West Rajasthan for the next three-four days.