Weather Forecast: Today and tomorrow there is a possibility of heat wave in Haryana – Rajasthan, Delhi is getting hotter and raining here

Weather Forecast: Today and tomorrow there is a possibility of heat wave in Haryana - Rajasthan, Delhi is getting hotter and raining here

People who are facing extreme temperatures in North India face a lot of trouble. According to the latest information from the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of a heat wave in southern Haryana and northern Rajasthan today and tomorrow. At the same time, people in the capital of Delhi are suffering from the heat. The people’s sweat was removed from the strong rays of the sun falling during the day. On the other hand, due to the monsoon that reached Mumbai the day before, it rained heavily. Nowadays, there is still plenty of time for the monsoons to reach northern India. It is believed that by the end of the week, northern India may have to face the fury of the sweltering heat. From Saturday, the weather may change in many states including Delhi-NCR.

Relief from the heat in UP, the possibility of the next three days pre-monsoon

Meanwhile, after a hot summer in Uttar Pradesh for several days, the weather has changed little today. The weather has changed in many areas of the state including the capital, Lucknow. Black clouds and thunderstorms accompanied by rain brought relief from the heat. According to media reports, the temperature has dropped by between four and five degrees Celsius. There is a full possibility of pre-monsoon rains in the state over the next three days. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department forecast eight millimeters of rain on June 11, 20 millimeters of rain on June 12, and 40 millimeters of rain on June 13.

The monsoon will arrive here after June 11

The Meteorological Department reported the formation of a low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal on June 11. Its effect will be visible during the monsoons. The Meteorological Department said that by June 11, the monsoon will reach Telangana and Andhra Pradesh including the rest of Maharashtra. Apart from this, Monsoon is expected to reach Odisha, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar, eastern Uttar Pradesh, parts of Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat between 11 and 13 June.

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