New Delhi: Delhi and its surrounding areas are relieved of scorching heat due to the change in weather patterns and wind and rain. On the other hand, the temperature is now rising again. In fact, the maximum temperature in Delhi is likely to be up to 41 on Saturday, so many places will also be cloudy. Light to moderate rain has been predicted in several states including Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Uttarakhand. With this, the Southwest Monsoon is expected to reach Kerala during the next two to three days. Weather.com has said that there is a forecast of scattered rain or snowfall and thundershowers in Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh today.
While sporadic rain/snowfall has also been predicted in Uttarakhand. Western Rajasthan is not going to get any relief from the heat today. Dust storms and heatwave are likely to prevail at isolated places in the region. In fact, the Meteorological Department says that the western disturbance is active in the western Himalayan region. That's why it's raining in this area. The capital, Delhi, will also be cloudy for the next two days and there are chances of rain. Scattered rainfall has been predicted over Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, East Rajasthan, East Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Goa, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and interior Karnataka. While Kerala and Lakshadweep are likely to receive widespread rain and thundershowers. The Meteorological Department has predicted light or moderate rain in Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh during the next four days.
In fact, the department says that during the next two to three days, rain is expected in remote areas over Uttarakhand, north Punjab, northern Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and eastern Rajasthan. The monsoon is expected to arrive prematurely. In fact, the southwest monsoon is likely to reach Kerala during the next two to three days. "As per the new weather signs, westerly winds have intensified in the lower reaches of the South Arabian Sea. Satellite images show that the Kerala coast and adjoining southeast Arabian Sea are cloudy. Within the next two to three days, conditions seem to be favourable for the onset of monsoon in Kerala.'' The monsoon reached Andaman and Nicobar islands on May 16, much ahead of time and due to the remaining influence of the cyclone, it was expected to move forward.