New Delhi: People in north Indian states may be troubled by the scorching heat, but due to the arrival of monsoon in the south, there has been a lot of relief. Now this monsoon is moving towards the states beyond Kerala. At the same time, due to the turning of Biparjoy cyclone into a serious situation, there is heavy rainfall in many states.
Now the Meteorological Department (IMD) has informed that many states are going to receive rain for five days. At the same time, giving good news, the Meteorological Department has also given the possible date of arrival of monsoon in states like Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar etc. According to the Meteorological Department, the situation is favorable for the advance of southwest monsoon. Monsoon will also reach various parts of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka in the next 24 hours, while the northeast states may also enter the monsoon in the next one day.
At the same time, monsoon will cover West Bengal, Sikkim etc. completely within 48 hours. According to the IMD, the states of North East India are going to receive light to moderate rainfall for the next 5 days. Apart from this, there may also be a situation of lightning, thunderstorm. Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura will receive very heavy rainfall on June 9 and Assam, Meghalaya on June 12 and 13.