Heavy rain is likely to continue in Tamil Nadu during the next five days and parts of Karnataka and Rayalaseema during the next two days. At the same time, due to heavy rains in the capital Delhi for the last few days, the temperature has dropped, due to which people felt cold in the morning. Fog was seen in many areas of Delhi-NCR and UP on Thursday morning.
New Delhi: In many parts of North India and North West India including the capital Delhi, UP and Bihar, the period of unseasonal rain is continuing for some time. According to the Meteorological Department, the rainy season will continue for three-four days, because till now the monsoon has not departed from many parts of the country. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be rain in many parts of the country including Bihar, UP, Jharkhand Bengal today i.e. on Thursday as well. At the same time, Delhi will remain cloudy and the weather will be cold.
According to the Meteorological Department, heavy rain is likely to continue over Tamil Nadu during the next five days and parts of Karnataka and Rayalaseema during the next two days. At the same time, due to heavy rains in the capital Delhi for the last few days, the temperature has dropped, due to which people felt cold in the morning. After the unseasonal rains, now Delhi has covered the cover of fog. Fog was seen in many areas of Delhi-NCR and UP on Thursday morning. However, the weather in Bihar will continue to be rainy even today.
According to the weather related website, today there may be heavy rain with light to moderate rain in some parts of Bihar, West Bengal, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh. Not only this, light to moderate rain with heavy rain at one or two places over Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Odisha, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Tamil Nadu, Himachal Pradesh Kerala, Lakshadweep, Sikkim and Northeast India Might be possible.
In fact, the main reason for the rain in the capital Delhi, many other parts of North India and various areas of North-West India in the last few days was ‘thunderstorm’ and it is a matter of study whether this situation was created by climate change or otherwise. Happened for some other reason. IMD senior meteorologist KS Hosalikar gave this information. He says that the monsoon has not yet departed in many parts of the country and today conditions will be favorable for the departure of Southwest Monsoon from some more parts of Northwest and Central India in the next three to four days.
Delhi recorded 121.7 millimeters (mm) of rain in the first 10 days of October, the second highest in 16 years. The rainfall so far this month is almost three times more than the rainfall (41.6 mm) recorded in August. The national capital had recorded 122.5 mm of rain in the month of October last year. Generally, 28 mm of rain falls in October. Delhi did not receive rain in the month of October in 2020, 2018 and 2017 and in 2019 this month recorded 47.3 mm of rain.