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If the heat is increasing, will the rain also be heavy this time? This update came from the Meteorological Department

New Delhi: Amidst the scorching heat, the question in people’s mind is when will they get relief from this. Most of the states of the country are currently in the grip of scorching heat. In many states, the mercury is above 45. Monsoon has entered the country but it has not yet gained momentum. People are praying for rain soon. Amidst this scorching heat, the Meteorological Department said on Tuesday that severe heat will continue in some parts of North India for the next 24 hours, but after that it may gradually decrease. Regarding monsoon, IMD has predicted heavy rain in West Bengal, Assam and Meghalaya during the next two days. The Meteorological Department has also predicted some relief from scorching heat in Delhi from June 19.just wait for few more days
Prayagraj in UP recorded a temperature of 47.6 degrees Celsius on Monday, the highest in the country on June 17. The IMD has issued a red alert for Punjab, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi, Uttarakhand, Bihar on June 18-19 and Uttar Pradesh from June 18 to 20 amid severe heat. An orange alert has been issued for Madhya Pradesh on June 18 and 19, Uttar Pradesh on June 21 and 22 and Jharkhand on June 18. Severe heat wave continues in Delhi and the maximum temperature was recorded above 45 degrees Celsius on Tuesday as well. However, the Meteorological Department has predicted some relief from the scorching heat from June 19. A ‘red’ alert was issued in the national capital Delhi till Tuesday.

When will the wait for monsoon in Delhi-NCR be over?
The weather department has issued a yellow alert for Delhi on June 19 and 20. There is a possibility of dust storms and rain in some places in the next two days. But this will not provide relief from the heat. Now Delhiites are waiting for the monsoon. There is no possibility of major relief in the near future and Delhiites will have to bear the scorching heat for 10 days. Pre-monsoon rains may occur in Delhi around June 27. Monsoon may reach Delhi in the last week of June or the first week of July.

According to the weather department, monsoon rains will start in Ghaziabad and Noida around June 26, but before that, pre-monsoon rains are expected to bring relief from the scorching heat. Pre-monsoon rains are expected around June 22. Meteorologists say that the more intense the heat, the better the monsoon is expected to be, because when the winds heat up and rise, the monsoon winds come with speed to fill that empty space. Then they bring heavy rain. Till June 21, there will be heat waves during the day and hot nights.

How is the speed of monsoon
The IMD has said that conditions are favorable for further advance of southwest monsoon into parts of Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Bengal, Bihar and Jharkhand during the next three to four days. Heavy to very heavy rain is likely at isolated places over West Bengal and Bihar. The IMD has predicted light to heavy rains with thunderstorms, lightning and strong winds over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura during the next five days. Light rain is likely over Gujarat, Konkan and Goa during the next five days.

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