The Indian Meteorological Department forecasts that monsoon rains will begin to fall in Delhi on June 27, which might bring much-needed relief from the sweltering heat that has been prevalent there.
It is hoped that Delhi would soon receive some reprieve from the sweltering heat.
The Meteorological Department has forecasted that rain would arrive earlier than expected.
It is anticipated that the monsoon would arrive in the nation’s capital by the 27th of June.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has projected that the southwest monsoon will begin in the nation’s capital as soon as the following Monday, on June 27.
The city has been experiencing an extraordinary heat wave during the month of June, and the anticipated rains would provide a welcome relief from the sweltering heat.
The monsoon season arrived in Delhi on July 13 of last year, which is the latest it has been in the past 19 years. However, according to the projection, this will not be the case this year. Last year was the first time in 19 years that Delhi saw a considerably delayed monsoon period.
The International Meteorological Organization (IMO) forecasts that we will continue to have extremely high temperatures for the next three days, with highs around 40 degrees Celsius and bright sunlight throughout the day.
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