Many parts of the country that are grappling with the scorching heat will get a great deal of relief in the coming week. In fact, according to the forecast released by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday, the southwest monsoon is likely to cover many parts of northwest India from June 23 to 29. Forecasts also indicate that a major heat wave is unlikely to hit the country from June 16 to 29. Next week, the maximum temperature in northwest India is likely to drop by two to four degrees.
Heat wave conditions have eased across the country
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday said that due to the advance of the southwest monsoon towards central and eastern India and new western turbulence, heat wave conditions have eased across the country. The administration says that until June 29, heatwave conditions are expected to remain mild. Northwest India was in the grip of heat wave from June 2nd, while Central India was from June 10th due to hot and dry westerly winds.
The monsoon has arrived in Chhattisgarh and will be active in the entire state in a week, warning of light to moderate rains.
The effect of the heat wave in these parts lasted until June 12.
According to IMD, the heat wave effect started in various parts of Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, northern Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, southeast Uttar Pradesh, northern Madhya Pradesh and Vidarpa district of Maharashtra as of June 3. I stayed until June 12. However, even after the heat wave effect receded, it continued to dominate Delhi, southern Haryana, southeastern Uttar Pradesh and isolated parts of the Western Himalayas until June 15. According to the department, people also faced heat wave from June 10 to June 15 in various districts of Jharkhand, West Bihar, North Odisha and Chhattisgarh. The International Institute for Democracy (IMD) said: “The heat wave has subsided today (June 16). As the southwest monsoon advances towards central and eastern India and the new western disturbance has eased.
Warning of heavy rains in Seemanchal and Champaran in Bihar over the next two days, mercury dropped in northern Bihar
get ready for rain
She said the maximum temperature dropped by five to 10 degrees Celsius in the northwestern and central parts of the country. The Meteorological Department said the southwest monsoon is likely to reach the remaining parts of central India and many parts of northwest India between June 23 and June 29. There is a possibility of widespread rain in Delhi, Chandigarh, Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh between June 16 and 22. Eastern winds and western disturbances from the Bay of Bengal are also likely to bring light or moderate rain over northwest India for most of the next week from June 23 to 29.