The Meteorological Department said that till and after August 24, there will be very heavy rains in Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya. At the same time, there is a possibility of heavy rain (more than 20 cm) in Assam and Meghalaya on August 25.
The India Meteorological Department said that from Monday to about a week, the monsoon can once again enter the ‘break’ phase in Northwest and West India. From June 29 to July 11, rain was seen in very few parts of the country. Whereas in the first two weeks of August, the monsoon appeared very weak, due to which there has been a significant reduction in the rainfall in the month of August across the country. The IMD said that Monsoon had resumed over northwest India on August 19, but it is likely to weaken again from August 24.
RK Jenamani, Senior Scientist of the Meteorological Department said, “Heavy rain is expected by the end of Sunday, but the rains in Northwest India are likely to be very less from Monday. Monsoon may weaken again for at least 5 days. Heavy rain is not expected over the West Coast or Northwest India, but it will rain over the eastern states, especially the Northeast. The plains will remain largely dry. The Meteorological Department said that during the next 2 hours, there will be rain and thundershowers in isolated areas of Delhi and Baraut, Daurala, Chhapraula, Baghpat, Khekra, Anupshahr, Shikarpur, Pahasu, Debai, Narora areas.
Chances of rain in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal and Uttarakhand
The Meteorological Department says that the monsoon is entering the break phase. Due to the northward shift of Monsoon, most parts of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan will remain dry till the end of the month. No significant rain is expected in Gujarat or Maharashtra also. It may rain in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Rain is expected to continue over East and Northeast India.
The country has recorded 26.6 per cent deficient rainfall in August, including 27.1 per cent deficient in Northwest India, 35.4 per cent deficient in Central India, 29.9 per cent deficient in South Peninsula and 6.6 per cent deficient in East and North East India. Is. Since June 1, the country has experienced a rainfall deficit of 8 per cent, Northwest India by 11 per cent, East and Northeast India by 11 per cent, Central India by 10 per cent and Peninsular India by more than 4 per cent. happened.
Heavy rain likely in Assam, Sikkim and Meghalaya
Less rain is also expected over Maharashtra and West Coast, but very heavy rain is likely over South Peninsular India during the next 5 days. Till August 24, heavy rain may occur at isolated places over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal. From August 24, the rain activity is likely to increase over Northeast India, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim and Bihar.
Widespread rainfall is likely to continue over Northeast India, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim and Bihar. The IMD said that till and after August 24, very heavy rains would occur over sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya. At the same time, there is a possibility of heavy rain (more than 20 cm) in Assam and Meghalaya on August 25.
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