As the southwest monsoon continues its journey, the country is experiencing a conflicting climate of rain and warming. The heat wave from Jammu to Vidarbha has intensified the monsoon in the northeastern and southern states. The meteorological department has forecast that the heat wave in North India and Vidarbha will continue for another two days.
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Temperatures in northern and central India have risen sharply in the last two days due to the intensification of dry and hot winds from the north. From the Jammu region to Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, the southern part of Haryana, Delhi, North Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Vidarbha are currently experiencing a heat wave. For the past two days in Vidarbha, Chandrapur has been seeing temperatures above 46 degrees Celsius and the highest in the country.
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Due to the good growth of mercury, losses are also taking place in all parts of Vidarbha. In some parts of Central Maharashtra and Marathwada, the mercury has exceeded 40 to 42 degrees Celsius. In such a situation, now we are waiting for the coolness due to the rains.
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While half of India is experiencing heat wave conditions, heavy rain is currently occurring in and around the area where the monsoon rains are active. Meghalaya has the highest rainfall. In some parts more than 200 mm of rainfall is recorded. It is raining in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, West Bengal and Himalaya subdivisions. Rains have also intensified in Kerala and southern Karnataka.
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The journey of the monsoon winds is slow
The monsoon rains’ journey along the Arabian Sea to Kerala on May 29 and then to Karnataka on May 31 is proceeding at a slow pace. Although he has come close to Goa, his further progress has been hampered due to the lack of a conducive environment. The branch of the Arabian Sea has not advanced in the last four days. Monsoon rains in the Bay of Bengal made great strides on June 3, reaching the foothills of the Himalayas, including the northeastern states. However, by Saturday (June 4), the advance of the monsoon rains in this area had stopped.
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