Today Weather Updates: Know when your state including UP, Bihar and Delhi, Haryana will reach monsoon

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Today’s Weather Updates: Several states in south India are receiving heavy rain due to the monsoon. Monsoon has also arrived in Maharashtra and Goa. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the monsoon is now most likely to reach the country’s capital Delhi in the next two to three days. At the same time, the Met department said that by Sunday, the monsoon has covered the entire Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Gilgit-Baltistan and parts of Muzaffarabad and Haryana, Chandigarh, and North Punjab, covering about 80 percent of the geographical area of the country. Now the next number is from Delhi and NCR.

The Met department has informed that north India is expected to get relief from the scorching heat soon as southwest monsoon is expected to be active across north India in the next two to three days except south Rajasthan and Kutch region of Gujarat.

In Uttar Pradesh, the monsoon is expected to hit many parts of the state today. According to the met department, Uttar Pradesh is likely to receive rain with strong winds today. In Bihar, intermittent rain has also started.

Heavy rain in Punjab and Haryana

Rain lashed several parts of Punjab and Haryana on Sunday morning. The Met Office said the Union Territory of Chandigarh received 20.6 mm rainfall. Mohali and Panchkula received equally heavy rainfall. Bathinda district of Punjab received 49.4 mm rainfall, Faridkot 24.4 mm, Hoshiarpur 23 mm, Adampur 17.2 mm, Muktsar 51 mm, Balasore 19.1 mm, Rajpura 57.6 mm, Ludhiana 15 mm, and Jalandhar 10 mm.

Similarly, several districts of Haryana also received rain. These places were Narwana 32 mm rain, Fatehabad 52 mm, Ambala 28.6 mm, Hansi 20 mm, Jhajjar 19 mm, Narnaul 16 mm, and Rohtak 14.8 mm. Sirsa received the highest rainfall of 101.4 mm, while Dabwali received 62 mm.

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