Today's weather 14 June: Amidst the scorching heat, IMD expressed hope of rain, how will the weather be across the country today, know the weather update

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: The entire North India including Delhi-NCR is facing severe heat at this time. On Thursday, the temperature of Delhi was very high. The sun kept shining on Delhi and UP-Bihar. However, today Delhiites will get some relief from the heat. In fact, according to the Meteorological Department, there may be light rain in Delhi today. Due to which there is a possibility of getting some relief from the scorching heat. According to the Meteorological Department, the sky is expected to remain cloudy in the capital on Friday. At the same time, there may be light rain with thunder at some places in the afternoon and evening. Today the maximum temperature of the capital can be 40 and the minimum temperature can be 30 degrees Celsius.

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There is severe heat in these states

On Wednesday, intense heat prevailed in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, most parts of Jharkhand, many parts of north Rajasthan, some parts of Himachal Pradesh, south Bihar, north Odisha and Ganga coastal areas of West Bengal. Severe heat was also felt in Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Jharkhand and Ganga plains of West Bengal. Maximum temperatures were between 45-47 degree Celsius in some areas of west Jharkhand, south Uttar Pradesh, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi, Punjab and north Rajasthan. The highest temperature of 47.5 degree Celsius was recorded in Kanpur of Uttar Pradesh.

How far has the monsoon reached?

The sluggish southwest monsoon covered large parts of Maharashtra on Wednesday, while heat-stricken central and north India are still awaiting the onset of the monsoon. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said the monsoon is likely to reach Odisha, coastal Andhra Pradesh and northwest Bay of Bengal in the next three to four days. An official said the monsoon is weak in the Bay of Bengal and is expected to advance from there.

What will the weather be like in the future?

Meteorologists say warm winds from the northwest are dominating the weak monsoon over the Bay of Bengal and adding to the hot weather conditions in parts of central and northern India. Former Earth Sciences Secretary Madhavan Rajeevan said the monsoon pattern is breaking after its normal progress. Rajeevan said on 'X' that not much progress is expected in the next 8-10 days, so its arrival in north India may be delayed. This is likely to lead to extreme temperatures and heatwaves in north India, including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. According to the weather department, the monsoon is expected to reach Bihar and Jharkhand by June 16-18, Uttar Pradesh by June 20-30 and Delhi around June 27, which is the normal arrival date for the national capital.

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