Monsoon came together in Delhi-Mumbai after 62 years, know the condition of rain across the country
India Meteorological Department: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Sunday (June 25) that for the first time since June 21, 1961, the monsoon has hit Delhi and Mumbai simultaneously. This is happening after 62 years. An IMD official said that after a slow start, the monsoon has advanced rapidly and covered most of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Northeast India, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, East Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh. Has knocked in parts and parts of Haryana.
Generally, the monsoon reaches Kerala by June 1, Mumbai by June 11 and the capital Delhi by June 27. Though the monsoon has made a timely onset over a large area of North India including Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and a large part of Jammu and Kashmir, it is currently 10-12 months behind schedule over a large part of Central India. Day is behind.
Cyclone Biparjoy affected monsoon
Senior Scientist of Meteorological Department D.S. Pai told that Biparjoy cyclone has affected the progress of monsoon in South India and western and central parts of the country. “Monsoon is likely to cover entire Maharashtra and parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan by Sunday,” he said.
Conditions favorable for further advance of monsoon
In a statement, the Meteorological Department said, “Most parts of Maharashtra including Mumbai, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh, most parts of Haryana including Chandigarh, Delhi, some parts of Gujarat, East Rajasthan and Punjab for the next two days.” Conditions are favorable for further advance of Monsoon during this period.”
According to the data of the Meteorological Department, last year, on June 30, 2021, on July 13, in 2020, on June 25, in 2019, on July 5 and in 2018, on June 28, the monsoon knocked in Delhi. It came to Mumbai on June 11 last year, June 9 in 2021, June 14 in 2020 and June 25 in 2019.
This year, the monsoon reached Kerala on June 8, a week after its normal date of June 1. It reached Kerala last year on May 29, 2021, June 3, 2020, June 1, 2019 on June 8 and May 29 in 2018.
Research shows that delay in onset of monsoon over Kerala does not mean delay in onset of monsoon over northwest India. Also, it does not have any effect on the total rainfall across the country.
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