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Weather Forecast for the week in India from April 30 to May 6

Weather Forecast for the week in India from April 30 to May 6

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Rain in Maharashtra

Let us take a look at the weather forecast for the week:

Northwest India: 

Dry weather conditions with isolated dust storm and thunderstorm activities are likely to occur over the northwestern plains till May 1. Thereafter, pre-Monsoon activities will once again commence by May 2 over Punjab, Haryana, North Rajasthan, Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh. Simultaneously, a Western Disturbance will also approach and start giving rain and thundershowers over Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and parts of Uttarakhand.

On and off pre-monsoon activities will continue till May 4 over the Northern Plains and Western Himalayas. On May 6 another Western Disturbance is expected to give rains over Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and parts of Uttarakhand. Isolated places of North Rajasthan and South Haryana may witness heatwave conditions.

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Central India

Isolated thunderstorm and dust storm are expected over Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh during next 24 hours. Thereafter, we expect weather to become dry then around May 3, isolated thunderstorm and thundershowers are likely over East Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Heatwave conditions will continue over parts of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Vidarbha. Hot day is also expected at few places over these states.

East and Northeast India

Light to moderate rains with few heavy spells are expected over Gangetic West Bengal, North Odisha and Jharkhand during next 24-48 hours. Light rain is possible over Bihar and East Uttar Pradesh. Scattered rain and thundershowers will continue over the northeastern states. On May 3 and May 4, West Assam and Gangetic West Bengal will continue with heavy rains at many places. But remaining parts of east India will get isolated pre-Monsoon activities. On May 5, weather will become dry in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand.

South India

Scattered rain and thundershower are expected over Kerala, South Interior Karnataka, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Interior Tamil Nadu. Coastal Andhra Pradesh may revive good spells of rain between May 1 to May 4. On and off rainfall activities will continue over Kerala and Interior Karnataka.

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493 thoughts on “Weather Forecast for the week in India from April 30 to May 6

    1. Skymet Post author

      There is a WD approaching this region from 22nd onwards, lasting about 2 days.
      We are expecting dust storms/thunder activity from tomorrow night, day after morning.
      There is a small possibility of rain.

      Thank you
      Skymet Editorial

    1. Skymet Post author

      Pre-Monsoon activity began in the entire country a while ago. In fact, in South India it is coming to an end.
      Any rain/thunderstorms you felt in the last few weeks were a part of it.

      Thank you
      Skymet Weather

    1. Skymet Post author

      Monsoon will arrive in the Rayalaseema region around the 12th of June.

      Thank you
      Skymet Editorial

    1. Skymet Post author

      We’re expecting Monsoon to reach Anantpur district region around the 11th and 13th of June.

      Thank you

      Skymet Editorial

    2. Skymet Post author

      Monsoon will reach Anantpur district region around the 13th of June.

      Thank you
      Skymet Editorial

    1. Skymet Post author

      Monsoon will reach the Hyderabad region around the 15th-16th of June.

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      Skymet Editorial

    1. Skymet Post author

      We’re expecting Monsoon to arrive over Kanyakumari on the 1st or 2nd of June.

      Thank you
      Skymet Editorial

    1. Skymet Post author

      Not yet, we’re expecting rains to continue for a while.

      Thank you
      
Skymet Editorial

    1. Skymet Post author

      We’re expecting Monsoon to reach East Uttar Pradesh between 22nd and 24th of June.

      Thank you

      Skymet Editorial

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