MET Dept alerted, there will be heavy rain in these states today

New Delhi: The MET department has predicted heavy rains in several states from today, June 26. Yes, there is a possibility of rain in states like West Bengal, Sikkim, Meghalaya, etc. for the next five days. Apart from this, let us also inform you that some states of South India like Kerala, and Karnataka have been receiving continuous rain for the last several days. On the other hand, the monsoon wait in many parts of north India, including Delhi and UP, is just about to end.

At the same time, the Meteorological Department has predicted that the monsoon will hit the capital on June 27. Yes, and there is a possibility of rain from June 27. At the same time, the IMD has predicted rain in many states within five days and there may be heavy rainfall in some parts of Goa, Karnataka, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Sikkim, Kerala and Gujarat. Let us tell you that till June 29, there is also a possibility of heavy rain in Odisha, Bihar, and Jharkhand. Apart from this, heavy rainfall is expected in Uttarakhand from June 27-29 and in UP on June 28-29.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday said that the southwest monsoon, which is crucial for the Kharif crop, is likely to reach the entire country by July 6, while the normal date is July 8. It has also been stated that after an early onset, the southwest monsoon is moving late in the absence of favourable systems over south peninsular India and later central India. At the same time, the IMD said that as of date, the northern boundary of the monsoon (NLM) is passing through Porbandar, Vadodara (both Gujarat), Shivpuri, Rewa (both MP) and Churk (UP).

At the same time, the IMD says that the southwest monsoon normally covers the entire country by July 8. However, the Extended Range Forecast (ERF) released on Thursday evening said: "The south-west monsoon is likely to arrive across the country from June 30 to July 6.'

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