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  1. Good news for Delhiites! Monsoon may reach the city around June 30, says Skymet

Good news for Delhiites! Monsoon may reach the city around June 30, says Skymet

Broad climatic factors & ocean temperatures remain favourable for the monsoon thus it is forecasted to be strong in weeks ahead, says IMD.

By: | Updated: June 28, 2016 10:56 AM
Monsoon is all set to make onset over Delhi around its scheduled time. As reiterated by Skymet Weather, Monsoon may reach Delhi around June 30, with error margin of one day. Monsoon is all set to make onset over Delhi around its scheduled time. As reiterated by Skymet Weather, Monsoon may reach Delhi around June 30, with error margin of one day.

Broad climatic factors & ocean temperatures remain favourable for the monsoon thus it is forecasted to be strong in weeks ahead, says Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).

The monsoon has been most active in Southern states and Konkan coast. Total rainfall since June 1 remains 16% below normal, says IMD.

After witnessing rain and thundershowers around midnight hours, Delhi-NCR is all set to witness another spell of rain on Tuesday morning.

Monsoon is all set to make onset over Delhi around its scheduled time. As reiterated by Skymet Weather, Monsoon may reach Delhi around June 30, with error margin of one day. In wake of this, pre-Monsoon activities have picked up pace over the capital city.

According to Skymet Weather, these rains can be attributed to the trough that is extending from Punjab up to the low pressure area in east-central Bay of Bengal. The trough is running in close proximity of Delhi across Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Odisha

With three days left in June, Mumbai may far exceed its monthly normal rains as the city may receive heavy to very heavy rains, says the weather forecaster.

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