Weather forecast News
According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD) data, with a spell of rain unlikely on Wednesday, August is set to end with the lowest rainfall recorded in Delhi in at least 14 years. The Met officials said that though the national capital will see cloudy skies over the next five to six days, a good spell of rain is unlikely.
The IMD has predicted moderate to heavy rain in Mumbai city and its suburbs Intense to very intense spells of rain with gusty winds reaching 40-50 kmph are very likely to occur at isolated places in districts of Mumbai, Thane and Palghar It has also predicted a possibility of very heavy to extremely heavy rainfall at isolated places in the city
Delhi witnessed sultry weather on Monday (July 4) along with cloudy skies The weather department further said that there can be heavy to very heavy rainfall in isolated places for the next few days in Mumbai Madhya Pradesh has been receiving heavy rains and the IMD had issued an orange alert for heavy to very heavy rainfall in 15 districts
Monsoon has arrived in Gujarat and light to moderate rains are likely across the state in the next few days From June 17 to 19, there is a possibility of light to moderate rain with thunder lightning in Bikaner division, Rajasthan In Delhi, the IMD has issued a yellow alert, warning of thundershowers or light rain over the next six days
The weather office has introduced a new all-India rainfall normal - 868.6 mm - for the southwest monsoon based on the data from 1971 to 2021 This will be used as the benchmark to measure rainfall in the country. The new rainfall normal, rounded off at 87 cm for the southwest monsoon season, is a marginal decline from the previous "normal" of 88 cm (1961-2010)