IMD forecasts more Rainfall in Delhi for next 3 hours
IMD forecasts more Rainfall in Delhi for next 3 hours

NEW DELHI: The IMD has predicted thunderstorms and more rainfall during the day in Delhi today, Saturday, May 27. The maximum temperature is expected to settle more or less 32 degrees Celsius.

"Latest Satellite Imagery/Delhi Radar Show intense convection over Northeast Raj., Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, West UP & south Uttarakhand, rainfall/Thunderstorms, lightning/Gusty winds likely to continue during next 2-3 hours," the meteorological service said. 

The statement said, "Light to moderate rainfall with thunderstorm (wind 30-60 kmph) would continue over several areas of Delhi-NCR & Haryana during the following two hours, over northeast Rajasthan during the following two to three hours, and over west Uttar Pradesh during the following four hours. 

Today's day began with rain, strong gusts, and thunderstorms in the nation's capital. The ensuing three to four days are expected to be comfortable, according to the meteorological office's forecast.
The weather forecasting office added that provinces like Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Odisha, and northern India will see above-average temperatures while predicting that June's rainfall will continue at "Below normal" levels throughout India.

In an interview with ANI, RK Jenamani stated, "The rainfall in June would be below 92 percent over all of India, which is below average. The likelihood that the temperature would be above normal is between 70 and 80 percent in states like Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Orissa, and northern India. 

The monsoon is predicted to arrive in Kerala on June 4 and will probably be typical this year, according to the article. Around June 4, itnis expected the monsoon to arrive in Kerala. We don't anticipate the monsoon to start before June 1. This year's monsoon is probably going to be typical, said IMD. It also added that this year's rainfall in northwest India is expected to be below average based on current forecasts.

Kerala typically experiences the onset of the southwest monsoon on June 1 with a standard variance of roughly 7 days. Since 2005, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has been producing operational forecasts for the start of the monsoon across Kerala.

The monsoon in Kerala last year came on May 29, two days after IMD's forecast on May 27. With the exception of 2015, operational predictions of the start of the monsoon over Kerala throughout the previous 18 years (2005-2022) have shown to be accurate. 

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