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Right now very heavy rain Strom has again hit delhi. Raining heavily here.
Fast Winds / Gusts were there and electricity was cut for short period at Rohini, Delhi.
Street Lights were shutt off for while night due to this storm.
Moisture was there for some time only for night downpour.
Delhi has less rain in day time mostly.
Taukte has change this for short term only.
Soon it may be similar like earlier.

Monsoon season will be normal this year without any interferes of current cyclones.
 

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Thursday, 27 May 2021
YAAS will target Odisha, UP Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and towards North direction in Himalayas also.

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Cyclone Yaas To Make Landfall In North Odisha At Noon Tomorrow
Around 1.4 million people in Odisha and half a million people in Bengal have been evacuated from their homes. Officials said it has been a challenge to provide them accommodation while maintaining social distancing.
All India
Posted by Anindita Sanyal
Updated: May 25, 2021 6:32 pm IST


New Delhi: Cyclone Yaas will make landfall between Bhamra Port and Balasore on the Odisha coast at noon tomorrow, with wind speed of upto 185 km per hour. It is expected to pass over Bengal too and both states are on high alert.


Here are the Top 10 points in this big story:
  1. The cyclone is very likely to cross north Odisha-West Bengal coasts between Paradip and Sagar Island, Mr Mohapatra has told NDTV. It is currently located around 220 km south-southeast of Paradip (Odisha). It is very likely to move north-northwest and intensify further into a very severe cyclonic storm over the next 12 hours.
  2. The maximum wind speed of Yaas is expected to be up to 185 km per hour between 5.30 and 11.30 am along the north Odisha coast as the cyclone approaches the land.
  3. Around 1.4 million people in Odisha and half a million people in Bengal have been evacuated from their homes. Officials said it has been a challenge to provide them accommodation while maintaining social distancing.
  4. National Disaster Management Authority member Kamal Kishore told NDTV that they have advised hospitals and healthcare organisations to make contingency arrangements for power and oxygen supply.
  5. Odisha's districts of Jagatsinghpur, Kendrapara, Bhadrak and Balasore districts are likely to be affected.
  6. In Bengal, the districts of West Midnapore, North and South 24 Parganas -- and state capital Kolkata -- may experience storm with wind speeds of up to 120 km per hour.
  7. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has announced she will stay at the state secretariat tonight to monitor the rescue and relief operation. Governor Jagdeep Dhankar visited the secretariat in the evening.
  8. Along with National Disaster Response Force teams, 54,000 officers and relief workers, 2 lakh police and Home Guard personnel, will be deployed in Bengal.
  9. The weather office has warned that the high winds can destroy houses, bend or uproot electric poles and disrupt railway services in coastal areas and the adjoining areas in Bengal.
  10. While conditions in Bay of Bengal -- including high surface temperature of water -- are conducive for cyclones, experts attributed their increasing frequency and intensity to climate change. The super cyclone of 1999 had killed around 10,000 people in Odisha.

Cyclone Yaas To Make Landfall In North Odisha At Noon Tomorrow
 

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Monsoon likely to reach Delhi in next 48 hours, nearly two weeks ahead of schedule

Monsoon may arrive in Delhi in the next 48 hours as several states witness the advance of southwest monsoon, nearly two weeks ahead of the schedule.



Kumar Kunal
New Delhi
June 13, 2021
UPDATED: June 13, 2021 19:53 IST

Monsoon likely to reach Delhi in next 48 hours, nearly two weeks ahead of schedule


Parts of Delhi-NCR and Haryana are likely to witness heavy rain and thunderstorm on Sunday. (Photo: PTI)

Southwest monsoon may reach Delhi in the next 48 hours having already advanced into parts of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, North Haryana, North Punjab among other states, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Sunday.
Southwest monsoon has arrived in several states 12 to 13 days ahead of the normal schedule, according to IMD.
Most parts of Delhi-NCR and Haryana are likely to witness heavy rain and thunderstorm on Sunday as monsoon advances, the weather department forecasted.
As per IMD, the southwest monsoon has advanced into entire Chhattisgarh, Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Muzaffarabad.

Furthermore, most parts of East Uttar Pradesh and some parts of West Uttar Pradesh, North Haryana, Chandigarh and North Punjab have also witnessed the arrival of monsoon.

According to the weather department, the conditions are favorable for further advance of southwest monsoon into most parts Madhya Pradesh, remaining parts of east Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, and some more parts of west Uttar Pradesh, Harayan and Punjab during the next 48 hours.

Monsoon likely to reach Delhi in next 48 hours, nearly two weeks ahead of schedule
 

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Weakening of monsoon notwithstanding, rain surplus in region so far


  • Updated At: Jun 22, 2021 08:55 PM (IST)
Weakening of monsoon notwithstanding, rain surplus in region so far


Labourers transplanting paddy on the season at a village near Subhanpur in Kapurthala. Tribune photo: Malkiat Singh


Vijay Mohan
Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, June 22

Notwithstanding the weakening of the south-western monsoon that is still to cover some part of Punjab and Haryana, rains over the region during this season so far have been above normal.
The Monsoon arrived over the region about 15 days in advance and has covered most parts of the country, but prevailing climatic conditions have been withholding progress into its last phase.

A bulletin issued by the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday evening states that further progress of monsoon is unlikely during the next 7 days. Analysis of predictive models up to June 30 indicates mid-latitude westerly winds dominating over north India during the next week.
A Western Disturbance as lies over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu and Kashmir and its associated meteorological developments are likely to enhance rainfall along the east coast during 24-26 June. These are not favourable for enhancing monsoon activity over central and northwest India, IMD said.

Forecasts based on model consensus show less probability of formation of low pressure systems over core monsoon areas as well as over north Bay of Bengal till June 30 and further weakening of lower levels easterly winds over northern plains of India, IMD added.
At present, the northern limit of southwest monsoon continues to pass through Barmer, Bhilwara, Dholpur, Aligarh, Meerut, Ambala and Amritsar, which is about the same as it was on June 14.

According to data compiled by the IMD, cumulative rainfall during this year’s southwestern monsoon across the country has been 37 per cent above the long period average (LPA) so far.
As far as the region is concerned, rain was 66 per cent above the LPA in Haryana for the period from June 1 to June 22. In Punjab and Himachal Pradesh it was above the LPA by 51 per cent and 29 per cent, respectively, for this period. Barring four districts in Punjab and two each in Haryana and Himachal, all parts of these states have received surplus rainfall so far.

The IMD has predicted that under the influence of western disturbance and upper tropospheric westerlies, the current spell of isolated light to moderate rainfall is very likely to continue over the western Himalayan region and adjoining plains of northwest India during the next five days. A gradual rise in maximum temperatures by 3-4 degrees Celsius over most parts of northwest India is also expected during the next three days

Weakening of monsoon notwithstanding, rain surplus in region so far
 
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