Monsoon knocks in Kerala: Moves towards northeastern states with heavy rains…

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Kerala: Many states of the country are suffering from the scorching heat these days, while the southwest monsoon has arrived in Kerala a day before the forecast and it is raining heavily there. It is gradually moving towards the northeastern states.

According to IMD, the conditions will be favorable for the arrival of southwest monsoon in Kerala in the next 24 hours. Earlier, the Meteorological Department had predicted the arrival of monsoon in Kerala by 31 May.

Here, there was a little rain in Delhi NCR yesterday, but its effect is not visible much in Nautapa. Let us tell you that today a person has died of heatstroke in Delhi, this is the first death in the Union Territory this year, which has happened due to heatstroke.

Let us tell you that the mercury in Delhi had crossed 45.2 to 49.1 degrees Celsius on the previous day. At the same time, heat is wreaking havoc in some parts of UP as well. Here, IMD has issued a red alert for heatwave in UP, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, some parts of Rajasthan, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha.

Giving information, the Meteorological Department said that Cyclone Remal, which passed through West Bengal and Bangladesh on Sunday, has pulled the monsoon towards the Bay of Bengal, which is believed to be a reason for the early arrival of monsoon in the Northeast. According to the data of the department, heavy rains have been occurring in Kerala for the last few days, as a result of which there has been more than normal rainfall in May.

According to IMD, the normal date of arrival of monsoon in the northeastern states (Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur and Assam) is June 5 and during this time, conditions are being created for the advancement of southwest monsoon in some more parts of Arabian Sea, Comorin, Maldives, remaining parts of Lakshadweep, southwest and central Bay of Bengal, northeastern Bay of Bengal and some parts of northeastern states. After this, heavy rains can be seen here.

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