Monsoon India Update: There is a break on rain in Delhi, know where is the possibility of rain today across the country

India Monsoon Update: Rains are still continuing in many parts of the country. The Meteorological Department said that there may be more rain than normal in August and September. However, in some cities there has been a brake on rain. These include the name of the capital Delhi. Today light to moderate rain with isolated places over Northeast Uttar Pradesh, Northern districts of Bihar, Meghalaya, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, parts of Jharkhand, Odisha, North Coastal Andhra Pradesh and 1-2 parts of Chhattisgarh There is a possibility of heavy heavy at some places.

Light to moderate over rest of Northeast India, Southern Districts of Bihar, Interior Odisha, remaining parts of Chhattisgarh, parts of Telangana, East Madhya Pradesh, Konkan & Goa, Coastal Karnataka, Kerala, parts of Interior Karnataka, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand it might rain. On the other hand, light rain is possible over Jammu and Kashmir, parts of Punjab, North Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, central and western districts of Madhya Pradesh, Madhya Maharashtra, South Gujarat and Tamil Nadu.

‘Break monsoon’ phase expected to continue till August 18
The ‘Break Monsoon’ phase over Delhi and adjoining areas of North West India is likely to continue till August 18 and the capital is expected to cover the rain deficit with ‘good rains’ in the last 10 days of the month. According to the IMD, the Safdarjung observatory has recorded 63.2 mm of rain so far in August, which is 49 percent less than the normal 123.1 mm. Generally, the capital receives 247.7 mm of rain in August. The IMD had earlier predicted normal rainfall in Delhi this month.

Actually, a low pressure system is developing in the Bay of Bengal. It will pass through South Madhya Pradesh in the west direction and draw a Monsoon Trough, which will bring rain in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and West Uttar Pradesh from August 19.

During the ‘break monsoon’ season, there is a time when the monsoon trough moves closer to the foothills of the Himalayas, causing a sharp drop in rainfall over most parts of the country. However, rainfall activities increase over the foothills of the Himalayas, Northeast India and parts of the southern peninsula.

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