IMD Rainfall: There will be heavy rain with thunderstorm in Uttar Pradesh; IMD gave new information by StuffsEarth

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Weather Update: According to IMD, the temperature in North India is continuously increasing due to western winds. Rain is expected in West Bengal, Sikkim and Northeast India in the next four to five days.

IMD Monsoon Rain Update: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a heatwave alert in most states of North India including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh. The maximum temperature is likely to remain between 44 to 46 degrees Celsius for the next four to five days. However, the Meteorological Department says that favorable conditions have started forming and the monsoon may gain momentum in the next 4-5 days.

According to the IMD, the temperature in North India is continuously increasing due to western winds. Rain is expected in West Bengal, Sikkim and Northeast India in the next four to five days. The eastern monsoon can also gain momentum, which will advance in Bihar, Jharkhand and eastern Uttar Pradesh. The heat will continue for four to five days in Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh. There is a possibility of severe heat wave in some areas of these states.

Monsoon will reach Bihar first, then UP

The Meteorological Department has said in its latest report that during the next four to five days, conditions are favorable for the advancement of the southwest monsoon in Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, coastal Andhra Pradesh and some more parts of the northwestern Bay of Bengal and some parts of Gangetic West Bengal, the remaining parts of sub-Himalayan West Bengal and some parts of Bihar. The situation will be clear about the advancement of monsoon in Uttar Pradesh only after it advances in Bihar.

IMD has said that there are chances of thunderstorms and showers in eastern Uttar Pradesh on June 19. During this time the wind speed can be 30 to 40 kilometers per hour. There are chances of rain or thundershowers in the entire state on June 20 and 21.

Monsoon has not progressed in Gujarat for four days

An IMD official said on Saturday that the monsoon in Gujarat has not been able to advance to other parts of the state due to unfavorable conditions. Ramashrya Yadav, scientist at IMD’s Ahmedabad Meteorological Center, said that the southwest monsoon had knocked in Navsari in South Gujarat on June 11, but due to unfavorable conditions it has not been able to advance for four days.

He said, the southwest monsoon usually enters Gujarat on June 15 and advances to other parts including Ahmedabad and some areas of Saurashtra by June 20. By June 25, the monsoon reaches most parts of Saurashtra and by June 30, it covers the entire Gujarat. Meanwhile, the IMD has forecast light rain with thunderstorms at isolated places in many districts of the state in the next five days.

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