The Indian Meteorological Department expected light to moderate rains in Haryana, Rajasthan state and adjacent areas over the next two hours on Saturday. During the next two hours, with light winds ranging from 20 to 40 km per hour gale to Viratnagar, Kotputli, Alwar, Jhunjunu, Pilani, Rajghar, Laxmangarh, Bayana (Rajasthan), Narnaul, Tijara, Mahendragarh (Haryana) and surrounding areas. There will be moderate to heavy rain. IMD gave information about this via Twitter.
The Meteorological Department said in another tweet: “Jagar, Pawal, Nun, Ruwari, Bhawadi, Bhaiwani, Suhana, Balwal, Hodal, Manesar, Gurugram, Faridabad, Farukhnagar, Tajara, (Haryana), Parsana, Jtari, Khair, Mathura (UP) ) The surrounding areas will receive rain and wind for the next two hours. ”People are likely to feel relief from the heat due to the rain and the light breeze.
Let us also tell you that the arrival of the monsoon in Kerala this time will be one day ahead of schedule. Meteorological Department said there is a possibility of monsoons in Kerala on May 31. The natural date for the monsoons reaching Kerala is 1 June.
On Friday, the Meteorological Department released forecasts for the monsoon to arrive in Kerala. It states that the monsoon will likely be active from the Andaman Sea on May 21. For this, favorable seasonal conditions will appear in the next few days. Monsoon will likely blow over Kerala on May 31st. There may be a four-day conditional error. Let me tell you that the last time the monsoon hit Kerala was on June 5th with slight delay, but there were many occasions when I arrived on time. The monsoons reached Kerala on May 29, 2018 and May 30 in 2017.