The northwestern plains which include Punjab, Haryana, North Rajasthan, Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh have been recording widespread Monsoon rains. In the last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Friday, Sirsa recorded 32.2 mm of rain, Kapurthala 30 mm, Bhatinda 22.2 mm, Amritsar 15.4 mm, Karnal 9 mm, Jalandhar 8 mm and Faridabad 2 mm of rain. In the same time frame, Safdarjung observatory of Delhi witnessed 10.3 mm of rain and Palam 1.5 mm.
As per Skymet Weather, the axis of Monsoon trough which is moving across Jaisalmer, Kota, Tikamgarh, Daltonganj, Balasore then towards Northeast Bay of Bengal is likely to shift towards North. It is likely to move across North Rajasthan, South Haryana, Central Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal towards Northeast Bay of Bengal. Moreover, a cyclonic circulation is expected to form over Central Pakistan and adjoining North Rajasthan.
In wake of these combined weather systems, the rainfall activity is likely to enhance over many parts of Punjab, Haryana and West Uttar Pradesh. Moderate rainfall is expected over most parts of these areas. Meanwhile, heavy Monsoon rains are particularly expected in some regions of North of Punjab, North Haryana, and Northwest Uttar Pradesh.
Places such as Chandigarh, Panchkula, Ambala, Moradabad, Saharanpur, Nawashahar, Muzaffarnagar and Karnal are anticipated to witness moderate to heavy spells. In fact, Delhi rains will also continue to appear. Light to moderate rain and thundershower activities are expected at many parts of Delhi.
Meanwhile, rainfall activity is expected to reduce over most parts of Rajasthan. Though, the northeastern parts of the districts such as Alwar, Dausa and Bharatpur may witness light to moderate rains.
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