Before the arrival of the rainy season in India, pre-monsoon rainfall activities in different parts started. These pre-Monsoon activities continue during March, April and May. During these three months in the pre-monsoon season, there is a possibility or possibility of thunderstorms, lightning, light thunderstorms, hail and many such activities. At the same time, there are some places in the eastern and northeastern states of the country, where the weather takes a very extreme form, which is also known as Kaal Baisakhi i.e. Norwayster in West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, parts of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. In some parts, these activities become fatal.
The arrival of the monsoon and its performance depends on various atmospheric and oceanic conditions. But there is also a fact that in the pre-monsoon season, if there is rain in most parts of the country for most of the time, the arrival of monsoon is delayed and its performance is also very weak in the beginning. In other words, it is necessary to increase the temperature of the ground in order to attract the southwest winds of the monsoon over the ground. When the temperature exceeds the surface of the sea to the ground parts, then the monsoon winds are attracted to the ground parts via Kerala.
Meanwhile, the first fortnight of March is about to pass and pre-monsoon rains or pre-monsoon clashes have begun in different parts of the country. Recently, some areas of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi-NCR and some areas of Kerala, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu in South India recorded light thunderstorms and showers. Some parts also received very heavy rains.
At present, the weather has changed in most parts of the country. However, there are chances of intermittent rains at many places in the northeastern state during the next 24 to 48 hours. Similarly, light rain may occur in some parts of eastern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha during the next 24 hours.
There is a possibility of light rain over the mountains of North India during the next 24 hours. Rain activities in the mountains will increase again from tomorrow and the weather in the mountains will remain active till March 17. Rainfall is likely to occur in some areas of Uttar Pradesh including Punjab, Haryana and Delhi on 16 and 17 March and during this period, the pre-monsoon trough from Central India to South India may increase.
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