no heat relief in Delhi-NCR even today
Monsoon has arrived in many parts of India, but it has long been awaited by the rain in the country’s capital Delhi. The weather forecast for the Department of Meteorology on June 15 also failed, it has been very hot for the past few days.
Monsoon rains occur in many provinces of the South and North India of the country. Normal life in these provinces is disrupted by the rains. It rains daily in Gujarat including Bihar, Jharkhand, East Uttar Pradesh. A rain warning was issued on Thursday. The Ministry of Environment has predicted that heavy rains are most likely to occur in the northern Indian subcontinent along the Nepal border. At the same time, the rain is coming from Delhi-NCR. The Department of Environment has predicted the onset of rainfall in Delhi on June 15. However, torrential rains have not yet begun in Delhi. Delhiites do not find relief from the scorching heat. Delhi temperatures are rising steadily.
Due to the continuous rains in the eastern parts of Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh, where the climate is generally pleasant. Although west of the UP, the heat has made people sad. Heat and humidity are not limited to Delhi-NCR, but temperatures have risen in Punjab and Haryana, Rajasthan, and Jammu. The Department of Environment has predicted heavy rainfall in many areas in the northeastern provinces including Bihar, West Bengal, Sikkim.
The Orange warning was issued in 11 Bihar countiest
People are outraged by the incessant rains in Bihar. However, climate varies in two forms in two parts of the empire. While heavy rainfall conditions are prevalent in the Northern Bihar region, many districts in South Bihar receive rainfall. In the last 24 hours, there was little rain in North Bihar, while it was raining in South Bihar. According to a meteorologist, the same situation will continue in Bihar for two to three days. Here, the sky in the eastern and northern part of Bihar The Department of Weather has predicted heavy rains in North Bihar and the Himalayan mountain ranges for the next 72 hours. Heavy rain warning has been issued in Bhagalpur, Katihar, Purnia, Kishanganj, Araria, Sheohar, Supaul, Darbhanga, Sitamarhi, East and West Champaran. There is also the possibility of thunder and rain. The Department of Environment has issued an orange warning to the 11 districts.
There is no relief from the scorching heat in Delhi yet
Monsoon rains have wet most parts of the country, but Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Chandigarh and Punjab will still see the onset of the storm. The Department of Meteorology says the weather is expected to work only after July 7. In fact, after June 19, the speed of the rain has slowed down. The Indian Department of Environmental Affairs (IMD) says that because of the prevailing western winds, hurricane-force winds do not reach North India.
There is no chance of rain in Rajasthan either
Many parts of Rajasthan are exposed to extreme heat during the onset of heavy rains. People are worried about the scorching heat. According to the Meteorological Center Jaipur, many parts of the state experience extreme heat in the summer. On Wednesday, the highest temperature was recorded in Churu and Karauli at 44.4 degrees Celsius, Dholpur 44.3 degree, Pilani 44.2 degree, Ganganagar 44.1 degree, Alwar 44.0 degree, Bikaner 43.1 degree Celsius. According to the Department of Meteorology, the weather will remain dry in most parts of the state for the next four to five days. and the next 48 During the hours, there is a possibility of tropical heat in remote areas of Bikaner, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Bharatpur and Kota districts. read also .