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Assam, Meghalaya And Arunachal Pradesh Are Likely To Receive Heavy To Very Heavy Rainfall

Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh are likely to receive heavy to very heavy rainfall during May 26-28. The south peninsular region is expected to experienc

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KAVYAE M

Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh are likely to receive heavy to very heavy rainfall during May 26-28. The south peninsular region is expected to experience heavy rainfall from May 27-29.

Rajasthan’s Churu area recorded the highest temperature of the season at 47.5 degrees Celsius on May 25. Delhi also experienced sweltering heat condition on Monday with the maximum temperature breaching the 46 degrees Celsius-mark in some areas of the national capital.

Dr Kuldeep Srivastava, Head of the Regional Weather Forecasting Centre, Monday, said that northern India may get respite from the blistering heat from May 29. "Dust storm and thunderstorm accompanied with strong gusty winds of 50-60 kmph likely to occur on 29 and 30 may over Delhi NCR," he said.

Rajendra Kumar Jenamani, head of Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre said Southwest Monsoon may arrive in Kerala between June 1 and June 5.

“Southwest Monsoon is expected to arrive over Kerala coast between June 1 and June 5 and is likely to reach Mumbai between June 15 and June 20,” the Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre head said.

Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh are likely to receive heavy to very heavy rainfall during May 26-28. The south peninsular region is expected to experience heavy rainfall from May 27-29.

Rajasthan’s Churu area recorded the highest temperature of the season at 47.5 degrees Celsius on May 25. Delhi also experienced sweltering heat condition on Monday with the maximum temperature breaching the 46 degrees Celsius-mark in some areas of the national capital.

Dr Kuldeep Srivastava, Head of the Regional Weather Forecasting Centre, Monday, said that northern India may get respite from the blistering heat from May 29. "Dust storm and thunderstorm accompanied with strong gusty winds of 50-60 kmph likely to occur on 29 and 30 may over Delhi NCR," he said.

Rajendra Kumar Jenamani, head of Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre said Southwest Monsoon may arrive in Kerala between June 1 and June 5.

“Southwest Monsoon is expected to arrive over Kerala coast between June 1 and June 5 and is likely to reach Mumbai between June 15 and June 20,” the Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre head said.

Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh are likely to receive heavy to very heavy rainfall during May 26-28. The south peninsular region is expected to experience heavy rainfall from May 27-29.

Rajasthan’s Churu area recorded the highest temperature of the season at 47.5 degrees Celsius on May 25. Delhi also experienced sweltering heat condition on Monday with the maximum temperature breaching the 46 degrees Celsius-mark in some areas of the national capital.

Dr Kuldeep Srivastava, Head of the Regional Weather Forecasting Centre, Monday, said that northern India may get respite from the blistering heat from May 29. "Dust storm and thunderstorm accompanied with strong gusty winds of 50-60 kmph likely to occur on 29 and 30 may over Delhi NCR," he said.

Rajendra Kumar Jenamani, head of Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre said Southwest Monsoon may arrive in Kerala between June 1 and June 5.

“Southwest Monsoon is expected to arrive over Kerala coast between June 1 and June 5 and is likely to reach Mumbai between June 15 and June 20,” the Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre head said.
 

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