'Pre-monsoon Express' will continue in Delhi, IMD tells how the weather will be in your state

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi Monsoon atmosphere has been created in Delhi even before the monsoon. Delhi was cloudy on Saturday morning. There was also light drizzle in many areas. The minimum temperature in the city was recorded at 27.1 degrees Celsius. This is 0.8 degrees Celsius less than the average temperature of this season. India Meteorological Department (IMD) gave this information. The Meteorological Department has predicted cloudy weather with light rain. The maximum temperature is likely to be around 33 degrees Celsius.

What will the weather be like in the future?

The Meteorological Department says that the sky will remain cloudy in Delhi from Sunday to Friday. In such a situation, there is a possibility of light rain in many areas. The department has also predicted heavy rain during the next four to five days. The maximum temperature is expected to be 31 degrees Celsius within a week. At the same time, the minimum temperature during this period will be 27 degrees Celsius.

Monsoon reached the entire country 6 days before the scheduled time, there will be heavy rain this July, know the condition of your state

What are the weather conditions in the country?

Heavy rains are lashing large parts of North India including Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. This is affecting normal life. Heavy rains continue in Rajasthan and Malpura in Tonk district recorded 176 mm rainfall in 24 hours. Meanwhile, the flood situation in Assam remains serious. Major rivers of the northeastern state are flowing above the danger mark.

From Delhi, Uttarakhand, Himachal to Rajasthan, know what the weather is like after the rain

22 lakh people affected by floods in Assam

About 22 lakh people are affected by floods in Assam. The Meteorological Department said that rain is expected in northern West Bengal till July 9. Officials said that Meghalaya has received 44 percent more rain in the last one month. Puducherry and its suburbs received heavy rains on Friday, causing waterlogging in many parts of the Union Territory.


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