Summer abnormal in India: Temperatures are lower than normal, with rainfall in several states

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said temperatures were below normal in several states during the year, with rainfall in several areas and south-west monsoon continuing to be favorable.

The meteorological department has forecast heavy rains in isolated places in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and Kerala on Sunday.Twitter | Representative

India will not see any heatwave for at least the next five days, the meteorological office has confirmed. According to the IMD, the highest temperature recorded in the country on Saturday afternoon was 44.4 degrees Celsius in Vijayawada and Ganavar in coastal Andhra Pradesh.

On Saturday, Delhi recorded a few degrees below normal. The maximum temperature was recorded at 36.6 degrees Celsius, three notches below normal, 36.2 degrees Celsius and 35.3 degrees Celsius. Three meteorological stations were recorded in different parts of the city.

Kuldeep Srivastava, head of the India Meteorological Department’s regional forecasting center here, said there was no possibility of heat waves in the region till June 15.

The maximum temperature will rise by two to three degrees Celsius but it is expected to remain below 40 degrees Celsius until June 10, he said. After that, the fastest humid winds due to possible low pressure areas in the Bay of Bengal will bring rains to Delhi-NCR on June 12 and June 13, he said.

Delhi is likely to experience strong winds on Sunday and the maximum and minimum temperatures will hover around 337 and 226 degrees Celsius, the news agency PTI reported.

Residents of Mumbai and its environs woke up in the rain on Saturday, with pre-monsoon rains raining these parts. According to the IMD, the Colaba Meteorological Station reported 16.6 mm of rainfall in the 24 hours from 8.30 am on Saturday, with the Santa Cruz Meteorological Bureau recording .94.9 mm of rainfall at the same time.

The IMD forecast that the sky is generally overcast and there is a possibility of light to moderate rain or thunderstorms in Mumbai.

Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata witnessed rain

On Saturday, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Pune also received showers.

The IMD said the south-west monsoon has further advanced to parts of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry as well as most parts of the Bay of Bengal. It further said that the situation is becoming favorable for further progress of monsoon in these regions.
In the north, several parts of Rajasthan – Burma, Jaisalmer, Sikar, Azam and Kota – received rainfall within 24 hours till Saturday evening, a Meteorological Department official said.

Cloudy skies were observed in several places, including the state capital Jaipur, on Saturday, causing the maximum temperature to drop by a few degrees in most places.

Churu was the hottest with 40.9 degrees Celsius, followed by Beacon at 39.6, Kota at 39.1, Jaisalmer and Ganganagar at 36.9, Jodhpur at 38 and Jaipur at 3.7. and Ajmer 3 36.1.

The meteorological department has forecast cloudy skies and strong winds in many districts including Badmar, Hanumangarh, Jailsamar, Sriganganagar, Ajmer, Alwar, Banswara, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Dungarpur and Jaipur in the next 24 hours.

The maximum temperatures in Haryana and Punjab continued to be well below normal on Saturday. Chandigarh, the general capital of the two states, recorded a maximum temperature of 32.7 degrees Celsius, six degrees below normal. The meteorological office there said.

In Haryana, the maximum temperature in Ambala was recorded at 34.2 degrees Celsius, five notches below normal, while the temperature in Karnal was recorded at 33.5 degrees Celsius, six points below normal.

Hisar’s maximum temperature was recorded at 337 degrees Celsius, while Naranul recorded 33.5 degrees Celsius, eight degrees below normal.

Amritsar in Punjab, which was flooded due to rains, recorded a sharp drop in mercury. The maximum temperature in the holy city dropped by eleven degrees below normal limits and settled at 29.5 degrees Celsius.

Ludhiana recorded a maximum temperature of 30.6 degrees Celsius, which was nine degrees Celsius below and Patiala a maximum of 35 degrees Celsius.

The meteorological department has forecast heavy rains in isolated places in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and Kerala on Sunday.

The IMD has advised fishermen not to venture out to sea in parts of the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal and parts of the North Andaman Sea due to the possibility of winds blowing at 45-55 kmph.

(With agency input)

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