Â© Copyright TWC Product and Technology LLC 2014, 2020. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that the Monsoon is likely to cover the national capital on June 22-23. FP Staff June 10, 2020 00:19:39 IST. (Photo: PTI) Monsoon is slated to arrive in the northern states a few days before the predicted date. During monsoon 2019, Delhi received only 378 mm rainfall as against the normal of 586 mm from June to Septemberâ35% below-normal. Several parts of Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh also received heavy rain today. Thereafter its progress remained very satisfactory. Over the pre-monsoon season, Delhi recorded 102 mm rainfallâmore than double the normal of 51 mm. Normally, the wind system reaches Delhi on June 27. IMD on Tuesday had issuedÂ alerts for the advancing monsoon. Last year, while the onset of monsoon was delayed by a week in Kerala, it arrived in Delhi on July 6âmore than a week later than normal. Delhi has received more than 20 mm rainfall during the first 12 days of June so farâmore than double the normal. Earlier this year, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) revised the normal dates of onset and withdrawal of monsoon across India, based on the average dates of southwest monsoon arrival between 1961 to 2019. Use escape to clear. According to weather experts, the earlier than usual arrival of the monsoon in Delhi can be attributed to … arrival of monsoon 2020 : Latest news and update on arrival of monsoon 2020 However, the onset this year was declared before the new normal date. This year, the southwest monsoon is expected to be marginally above normal across India with seasonal rainfall of 102%. This story does not necessarily represent the position of our parent company, IBM. The end of monsoon marks the arrival of the short-lived autumn season, which sets in by early or mid October and lasts till early December. Delhi Reports Highest Single-Day Spike of 3,947 Coronavirus Cases; COVID-19 Tally Reaches 66,602, Death Toll Mounts to 2,301. As per the current forecast, the monsoon rains are likely to commence over Delhi on time by June 27. File photo of dark monsoon clouds hovering over New Delhi. “Monsoon is likely to arrive in Delhi around June 27 after crossing east and west UP,” he added. Monsoon Expected to Arrive Tomorrow in Delhi-NCR Region:Â, As we had said earlier, monsoon will arrive in Delhi-NCR region on June 25 so tomorrow we are naturally going to get rain and monsoon will be declared over this region: Anand Sharma, Deputy Director, IMD, Delhi pic.twitter.com/ksO9qlLRj2. The early arrival of Monsoon … In a tweet posted on Tuesday afternoon, the IMD said that conditions in the northern part of the country are becoming favourable for the advancement of the southwest monsoon. The first option will be automatically selected. Normally, the wind system reaches Delhi on June 27. The forecast of normal monsoon is turning out to be correct. A low-pressure area over coastal Andhra Pradesh has provided the push needed for the monsoon to progress steadily this week. (The above story first appeared on LatestLY on Jun 24, 2020 12:50 PM IST. Met officials said a spell of light rain would also occur on Friday before halting on Saturday and Sunday. Friday, June 12: With searing daytime temperatures of more than 40Â°C throughout this week, Delhiites are eagerly waiting for the monsoon relief. Use up and down arrows to change selection. IMD scientists said they will confirm the arrival of monsoon in Delhi depending on how favourable the conditions are for its advancement over the next four to five days. Full list of IMD dates for monsoon 2020 This week, isolated light rains and thunderstorms swept the Delhi-NCR region and the weekend is also set to be cloudy with light rains. This monsoon season, forecasts suggest wetter than normal rainfall over Delhi. So far this year, the progress of monsoon has been more or less normal, including the timely onset over Kerala on June 1. Last year, Delhi received only 378 mm rainfall as against the normal of 586 mm from June to September. The rains are expected to reach Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, Punjab and parts of Jammu and Kashmir by around June 25/26 with an error margin of three days,” says Palawat. Type at least three characters to start auto complete. Monsoon usually hits Delhi … New Delhi: In a huge sigh of relief for the Delhiites, reeling under above normal limits temperature and humid conditions, the Monsoon is expected to arrive in the national capital earlier than the usual date of June 27. According to weather experts, the arrival of the monsoon in Delhi earlier than usual can be attributed to a cyclonic circulation, which moved towards southwest Uttar Pradesh on June 19 and June 20, helping the monsoon advance further. According to weather experts, the arrival of the monsoon in Delhi earlier than usual can be attributed to a cyclonic circulation, which moved towards southwest Uttar Pradesh on June 19 and June 20, helping the monsoon advance further. India Meteorological Department (IMD) had predicted a timely arrival of the southwest monsoon. The performance of Southwest Monsoon 2020 until now is steady and good. NEW DELHI: The southwest monsoon has largely bypassed Mumbai and Delhi this month but in the rest of the country it has been the fourth-wettest June in the last 25 years.The monsoon did arrive in Mumbai on June 14 but rainfall has been 19% below normal this month, while Delhi has got barely half the usual … The revised normal date for monsoon for Delhi is now June 27. Gurugram, Faridabad, Noida and other areas are likely to receive more rainfall in the next few hours. The department had also issued a yellow … We will track the progress of southwest monsoon over Delhi and other parts of the country with daily and weekly updates. The Department had forecasted that South-West Monsoon Season will begin from June 1. Until June 19, India monsoon is rain surplus by 30%. IMD had further predicted rainfall in few areas of Uttar Pradesh, including Aligarh,Â Amroha, Bijnor and other places. However, the intensity and spread of rain have remained scanty across the city. Stay tuned to The Weather Channel India for rain updates from your city. Talking about the coronavirus situation in the national capital, Delhi has climbed to the second spot with a total of 66,602 cases. We recognise our responsibility to use data and technology for good. Take control of your data. The arrival of moisture laden South-Western winds, traveling from the Arabian Sea marks the onset of the humid season in Delhi. Monsoon made a steady progress between June 10 and 15. Day temperatures drop below 40 °C as … According to the district forecast and warnings (till 13 June) issued Tuesday by the IMD's Regional … It's free! Updated on : Wednesday, April 15, 2020, 3:19 PM IST When are monsoons coming in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Chennai? As per the current forecast, the monsoon rains are likely to commence over Delhi on time by June 27. Kuldeep Srivastava, the head of the regional forecasting centre IMD, said moisture-laden winds are expected to cover Delhi, and parts of Rajasthan and Haryana on Monday and Tuesday. The rains are expected to reach Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, Punjab and parts of Jammu and Kashmir by around June 25/26 with an error margin of three days,” says Palawat. Southwest monsoon arrived in Odisha and Goa on June 11, 2020 Monsoon arrives in Goa, Odisha | Photo Credit: IANS New Delhi: Delhi and its adjoining areas, Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad, Ghaziabad are expected to receive rainfall on June 12 and 13. Monsoon is likely to reach the city by Thursday and bring respite to people from the sweltering heat. Monsoon is expected to arrive in Delhi on June 25 according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). The Southwest monsoon gives India 80% of its annual rainfall every year. While the western arm of the monsoon has remained stagnant over southern Maharashtra, the eastern arm has moved on to most parts of West Bengal. Delhi Monsoon 2020 Forecast: Monsoon Expected to Arrive Tomorrow in Delhi … Govt. However, the Indian Met Department has forecast monsoon to hit Delhi and western Uttar Pradesh between July 3 and 5. In a monsoon of surplus rains, Delhi and Haryana were among the few regions to witness such a high rainfall deficit. Monsoon has retreated late from the country 28 times in the last 45 years, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) data suggests, pointing to a shifting weather pattern. This season is marked by high levels of humidity and high heat. This year, forecasts suggest wetter than normal rainfall over Delhi from June to September. According to weather experts, the earlier than usual arrival of the monsoon in Delhi can be attributed to a cyclonic circulation which moved towards southwest Uttar Pradesh on June 19 and June 20, helping monsoon advance further. Typically, monsoon arrives over Delhi by the end of June. The total number of cases in the country crossed the 4.5 lakh mark on Tuesday and the death toll, on the other hand, jumped to 14,447 cases. Normally, the wind system reaches Delhi on June 27. The monsoon is expected to arrive in Mumbai by the end of this week, reports said, as conditions become favourable for the advancement of the Southwest Monsoon. Recently searched locations will be displayed if there is no search query. Monsoon is set to arrive in the Capital next week, almost a week early, the India Meteorological Department said Wednesday. New Delhi: Monsoons has arrived in Kerala and the state received heavy rainfall in several places. A scooterist stuck in traffic during pre-Monsoon rainfall, in New Delhi, Wednesday, 24 June. As per new reference dates, the monsoon arrival will now be four days late in Delhi (June 27 instead of June 23), three days late in Chennai (June 4 instead of June 1) and one day late in Mumbai and Kolkata (June 11 instead of June 10) while it will be five days early in Chandigarh (June 26 instead of July 1) and 15 days early … As per the new dates, the normal monsoon arrival date for Delhi has been revised from June 29 to June 27—two days earlier than old normal. The Weather Company forecasts also suggest marginally wetter July, August and September months for Delhi with rainfall ranging from 100-105% of the long period average. For COVID-19, weather & air quality updates on the go, download The Weather Channel App (on Android and iOS store). Anand Sharma, Deputy Director, IMD, Delhi said, "Monsoon will arrive in Delhi-NCR region on June 25 so tomorrow we are naturally going to get rain and monsoon will be declared over this region." Until this year, the Meteorological Administration of India (IMD) changed the typical start and end dates of storms throughout India, depending on the normal dates of the southwest rainfall from 1961 to 2019. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website latestly.com). Moderate to heavy rains lashed the national capital on Tuesday. It is also critical for the country's economy since its strength will determine the outcome of kharif (summer) crops sown across India. Delhi Monsoon Update 2020. However, based on the current and normal progression of monsoon, forecasts suggest that the national capital will have to wait for another two weeks for the arrival of monsoon rains. During this time the Delhi weather is characterised by warm days, pleasant nights and a general dryness. arrival of monsoon News and Updates from The Economictimes.com Monsoon winds arrive in Delhi by either the end of June or the first week of July. NEW DELHI: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has decided to change the 80-year-old monsoon schedule for onset and withdrawal of the southwest monsoon in the country. According to Kuldeep Shrivastava, IMD's regional head, "We're expecting light rainfall activity in Delhi NCR on 3rd, 4th and 5th and before that, the easterly winds are likely to come from Bay Of Bengal towards Delhi… Issues Ordinance to Tackle Delhi Pollution; Violators to Face 5 Years in Jail, â¹1 Crore Fine, WATCH: Latest India Weather Forecast: December 08, WATCH: Latest India Weather Forecast: December 07, As World Edges Closer to Vaccines, Recent Research Hints at New COVID-19 Symptom, Democratic Republic of the Congo | FranÃ§ais, State of Vatican City (Holy See) | Italiano. monsoon will cover Most parts of hills, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, some parts of East Rajasthan and Gujarat by June 24 or 25th. As per the new dates, the normal monsoon arrival date for Delhi has been revised from June 29 to June 27âtwo days earlier than old normal. Read more about Monsoon arrives in Delhi, but rainfall activity to be weak for next 3 days on Business Standard. Monsoon made onset over Kerala on May 30th. New Delhi: , May 15, 2020 12:55 IST Updated: May 16, 2020 08:36 IST The India Meteorological Department has set a date of June 5, whereas private forecaster Skymet says May 28 The new date for monsoon onset over New Delhi is now June 27, replacing the earlier date of June 23. https://images.indianexpress.com/2020/08/1x1.png IMD considers the monsoon onset over Kerala on June 1 and commencement of withdrawal from parts of … The IMD has forecast total precipitation of 107% the long-period average over northwest India from June to September this year. Delhi, June 24: Monsoon is likely to reach the city by Thursday and bring respite to people from the sweltering heat which has troubled citizen.Â Anand Sharma, Deputy Director, IMD, Delhi said, "MonsoonÂ is expected toÂ arrive inÂ Delhi-NCR region on June 25 so tomorrow we are naturally going to get rain and monsoon will be declared over this region.". The Weather Companyâs primary journalistic mission is to report on breaking weather news, the environment and the importance of science to our lives. Copyright Â© Latestly.com All Rights Reserved. However, after a marginal drop in temperature from Sunday to Tuesday, the maximum is likely to stay above 40Â°C in Delhi next week also. Get the monthly weather forecast for Delhi, Delhi, India, including daily high/low, historical averages, to help you plan ahead. File photo of monsoon rains over New Delhi. Repeated western disturbances brought frequent rain spells over the NCR from March to May. If in doubt, a storm appears over Delhi until the end of June. Earlier, it used to be June 29.