Monsoon is coming in just 24 hours, rain in UP-Bihar, yellow alert in Delhi; Know the weather of 10 states

Monsoon is coming, rain in UP-Bihar, yellow alert in Delhi

There is a relief news for the people waiting for monsoon. Monsoon is going to enter many parts of the country in the next 24 hours. Earlier, the Meteorological Department has predicted rain in Delhi-NCR and Uttar Pradesh.

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Good news is coming about the monsoon. The monsoon which people are eagerly waiting for is progressing at a fast pace. According to the India Meteorological Department, monsoon will enter many parts of the country between 27 and 30 June. Earlier, pre-monsoon has made the weather pleasant in many states including Delhi-NCR, UP, Bihar. Light, moderate rain is also being seen in many areas. However, heat wave conditions were seen in some areas of Punjab and Bihar.

After the scorching heat and heat wave, the national capital Delhi is now restless due to the humid heat. People are waiting for the monsoon to arrive. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert for rain for Delhi. There is a possibility of rain with strong thunderstorms on 29 and 30 June. Even before the beginning of the week, clouds are camping in the skies of Delhi-NCR. Showers of rain are giving relief to the people at some places.

Monsoon entry on this day

On Wednesday, there is a possibility of light rain in the western parts of Uttar Pradesh and thunderstorms in the eastern parts. The Meteorological Department has predicted that on June 28, conditions remain favorable for the advancement of southwest monsoon in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, North Arabian Sea and Gujarat, some parts of Madhya Pradesh, as well as the remaining parts of Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Bihar. According to the Meteorological Department, monsoon will arrive in the capital Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan by June 30.

Monsoon condition

The Northern Limit of Monsoon is passing through Veraval, Rajpipla, Ujjain, Vidisha, Siddhi, Chaibasa, Haldia, Pakur, Sahibganj and Raxaul. A Western Disturbance lies as a trough in the middle tropospheric westerly winds with its axis lying roughly north of latitude 28°N along longitude 70°E at 5.8 km above mean sea level. A cyclonic circulation lies over southeast Pakistan and neighbourhood at 0.9 km above mean sea level. A cyclonic circulation lies over northeast Assam at 1.5 km above mean sea level.

Monsoon condition in UP, Bihar

The cyclonic circulation over south Gujarat and adjoining areas now lies over northeast Arabian Sea off Gujarat-north Maharashtra coasts at 1.5 and 5.8 km above sea level and tilting southwestwards with height. The trough now lies between 1.5 and 3.1 km above sea level from the cyclonic circulation over northeast Arabian Sea off Gujarat-north Maharashtra coasts to north Bihar across Gujarat area, Madhya Pradesh and southeast Uttar Pradesh. The trough lies off Maharashtra-Kerala coasts. The east-west trough from southeast Rajasthan to Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and sub-Himalayan West Bengal to north Bangladesh at 0.9 km above sea level has become less pronounced.