According to IMD, rainfall in northern India will intensify after a week and in southern India is muted and likely to remain subdued.
Drenching Central India with very heavy rainfall, monsoon is expected to remain strong in Central India for another week, says Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).
There has been normal or excess rain this year in 89% of the area, up from only 56% two weeks ago.
According to the weather forecaster, rainfall in northern India will intensify after a week and in southern India is muted and likely to remain subdued.
Scattered light rain will continue over Delhi and the NCR region until July 9. Moderate rains may occur over the region between July 10 and 11. The maximum temperatures in Delhi will range between 37°C to 39°C and the minimum temperatures will settle between 27°C to 29°C, says Skymet.
Madhya Pradesh has been receiving heavy to very heavy rains during the past few days. So much so that many cities have been witnessing rainfall in three digits. Satna is one such city which has been receiving extremely heavy rain for three consecutive days.