Mumbai: The South West monsoon is expected to increase in the western and eastern parts of Madhya Pradesh, the Indian Meteorological Department said.
In a statement released by the Indian Meteorological Department, the southwest monsoon has progressed in some parts of West Madhya Pradesh, most of the eastern Madhya Pradesh and parts of eastern Uttar Pradesh. Accordingly, the range of monsoons (in the north) passes through Kandla, Ahmedabad, Indore, Raison, Khajuraho, Fatehpur and Bahrain. A cyclonic cyclone could also occur in the eastern and suburbs of Uttar Pradesh. It is spread over an average sea level of 3.6 km. A trough passes from northwestern Rajasthan over eastern Uttar Pradesh to cyclone cyclone across southern Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh. Its position extends up to 0.9 km above sea level.
After covering parts of Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Gujarat, the southwestern monsoon is likely to slow for a week as the low pressure area of the Bay of Bengal has weakened. Heavy rains are likely in Konkan and Goa today, with rainfall in parts of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat, Northeast and parts of eastern India.
Temperatures are expected to rise in the northern Indian states in a few days. The heat in West Rajasthan has risen to 46.2 degrees Celsius yesterday, making it the hottest place in Bikaner. Temperatures will drop below 40 degrees for the next 3 days in Delhi. Yesterday it was 41.4 degrees Celsius.
In Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and Rajasthan, temperatures rose from 1 degree Celsius to 3 degrees Celsius and from 3 degrees Celsius to 5 degrees Celsius above Jharkhand, West Rajasthan, West Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal and Kerala. increased. Meanwhile, a new low-lying area is likely to form in the Bay of Bengal on June 19.