People troubled by the scorching heat are eagerly waiting for the monsoon. The maximum temperature in Delhi crossed 49 degrees last Sunday. A warning was also issued for the people not to go out unnecessarily in the scorching sun. But now the Meteorological Department has also given good news about the monsoon. The Meteorological Department said that the monsoon will come in North India including Delhi, UP. According to the Meteorological Department, monsoon can start in eastern UP from June 20.
At the same time, monsoon can knock in western UP from June 25. The Meteorological Department has released a complete map regarding the monsoon and has told in which state when the monsoon is expected to arrive.
The Meteorological Department has released a complete map regarding the monsoon and has told when the monsoon is expected to reach in which state. Monsoon has reached Andaman on 16th May. After this, it is expected to reach Lakshadweep on June 1. It will reach Maharashtra on June 10. At the same time, on June 15, it will reach the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Bihar etc.
At the same time, the monsoon is expected to arrive in UP on June 20. Monsoon is likely to reach most areas of Gujarat by June 20 and 25. Monsoon rains will cover different parts of Rajasthan on 30th June. Talking about Uttarakhand, monsoon will reach here on June 20. Monsoon is expected to reach Jammu and Kashmir on June 25.
Advancement of Southwest Monsoon:— India Meteorological Department (@Indiametdept) May 17, 2022
• The Northern Limit of Southwest Monsoon continues to pass through 5°N/80°E, 8°N/85°E, 11°N/90°E, Long Islands and 14.8°N/97.5°E. pic.twitter.com/MZVCyo1B9k
If we talk about the temperature of May 18 in Lucknow, the capital of UP, then the minimum temperature can be 29 degrees and the maximum temperature can be 41 degrees. At the same time, the minimum temperature in Ghaziabad is 27 degrees and the maximum temperature can be 42 degrees.
According to the Meteorological Department, this time monsoon can knock in Delhi ahead of time. Right now the monsoon has reached over Andaman and Nicobar and it is believed that it will reach Kerala on May 27.