Wave of happiness in Chhattisgarh: Monsoon is expected to reach Bastar five days earlier

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Raipur. Due to favorable conditions, the southwest monsoon is expected to reach Bastar five days before its normal date this time. Due to the trough formed over UP-Bihar, clouds are raining heavily in the south, which has brought relief from intense heat and heat wave. Due to the drop in temperature for the last two days, the problem of heat wave has reduced. On Monday, the maximum temperature of the state was recorded at 42 degrees Celsius, due to which there was no possibility of heat wave. Weather experts say that the monsoon has reached coastal Andhra Pradesh and is continuously moving at a speed higher than normal. Due to this, it is expected to reach Bastar five days before the normal date of June 13, i.e. on June 7-8.

Weather experts say that the heat is not likely to increase for the next three to four days because rain activity is likely to continue in the central and northern regions. Right now, separate cyclonic circles are formed over Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, due to whose effect rain activity is continuing in the Bastar areas. Navtaap ends, mercury below normal. The second day of the end of Navtaap, the temperature dropped below normal. On Monday the maximum temperature of Raipur was 40.6, Bilaspur 41.6, Pendra 395, Ambikapur 38.1, Jagdalpur 32.7, Durg 41.2 and Rajnandgaon’s mercury reached 42 degrees. Not much change is expected in this in the next 24 hours.

Rain in these areas

According to the data of the Meteorological Department, in the last 24 hours, 7 cm of rain fell in Bhairamgarh, 4 cm in Chhindgarh, 3 cm in Pusaur, Ramanujganj, Konta, Sukma, Narayanpur, Sarangarh, 2 cm in Raigarh, Devbhog, Bagicha, Kuankonda, 1 cm in Tapkara, Kondagaon, Katekalyan, Manora. There was a storm in Sukma and 26 cattle died due to lightning in Konta block.

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