Updated on July 15, 2019: Monsoon moves ahead, to take more time to cover entire country
Advancing further, Southwest Monsoon has covered most parts of Haryana and Punjab on Monday. Monsoon 2019 has now missed the deadline of covering the entire country by July 15 and would take some more time to cover the left over parts of Punjab, Haryana and West Rajasthan.
The Northern Limit of Monsoon (NLM) is presently running through Latitude 25°N/Longitude 60°E, Latitude 25°N/Longitude 65°E, Barmer, Jodhpur, Churu, Ferozpur and Latitude 31°N/Longitude 74.5°E.
However, conditions are looking favourable for Monsoon 2019 to cover its last post soon.
Updated on July 14, 2019: Heavy to very heavy rainfall likely over Uttarakhand, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya
Southwest monsoon has further advanced into most parts of Haryana and Punjab on 15th July, 2019.
♦ Northern Limit of Monsoon (NLM) continues to pass through Lat. 25°N/Long. 60°E, Lat. 25°N/Long. 65°E, Barmer, Jodhpur, Churu, Ferozpur and Lat. 31°N/Long. 74.5°E.
Active to Vigorous Monsoon Conditions are likely in pockets of Northern parts of Haryana, Northwest Uttar Pradesh, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Coastal Karnataka, South Konkan coast.
In the last 24 hours, Jalpaiguri in West Bengal has been the rainiest place in India with 204 mm of rainfall followed by Agartala 119 mm, Vijayawada 119 mm, Cooch Behar 111 mm, and Siliguri 105 mm.
Updated on July 13, 2019: Parts of Bihar, Assam, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, and Sikkim see heavy rains
Vigorous Monsoon Conditions were seen over East Uttar Pradesh and its foothills, North Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, and Sikkim, Northeast states, South Konkan adjoining North Coastal Karnataka.
In the last 24 hours, Cooch Behar in West Bengal has been the rainiest place in India with 197 mm of rainfall followed by Jalpaiguri 155 mm, Cherrapunji 150 mm, Pasighat 120 mm, and Gorakhpur 117 mm.
Updated on July 12, 2019: Parts of Uttar Pradesh, Northeast India, West Coast see heavy rains
Vigorous Monsoon conditions have been seen in many parts of Northeast India along with parts of Uttar Pradesh, West Coast and isolated regions of Bihar.
In the last 24 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Vengurla recorded 156 mm of rains, Jalpaiguri 140 mm, Chhapra 129 mm, Pasighat 117 mm, Gorakhpur 97 mm, Silchar 81 mm, Harnai 85 mm, Bareilly 76 mm, and Karwar 68 mm.
Monsoon is expected to remain active over Himachal Pradesh, parts of Uttarakhand, Northeast Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, and Sikkim, parts of Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, South Konkan and Goa, and Coastal Karnataka resulting in light to moderate rains with a few heavy spells of rains.
Updated on July 11, 2019: Vigorous Monsoon over East Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Assam, Meghalaya to cause hefty rains
Monsoon in the last 24 hours has remained vigorous over Meghalaya as well as parts of Uttar Pradesh resulting in heavy to very heavy rains. In fact, three digit rainfall has been seen over many cities as well.
The increase in rainfall is due to the Monsoon trough shifting towards the foothills of the Himalayas resulting in hefty rains over many parts.
In the next 24 hours, Monsoon rains are expected to continue to be heavy to very heavy over East Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Assam, and Meghalaya. In fact, flooding conditions may also be seen in these parts.
Updated on July 10, 2019: Vigorous Monsoon gives very heavy rains in UP, Bihar, and Northeast, flooding rains ahead
Vigorous Monsoon conditions gave extremely heavy rains over Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Northeast India during the last 24 hours. These incessant showers have triggered flood like situation at many places. In span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Tuesday, Bahraich recorded 202 mm of rains, Gorakhpur 114 mm, Bhagalpur 102 mm, Pasighat 112 mm, and North Lakhimpur 105 mm.
These rains could be attributed to the well-marked low pressure area over East Uttar Pradesh and a trough running through this system till Northeast India. Both the system would keep the Monsoon vigorous over the region.
We can expect more spells of heavy to very heavy Monsoon rains with few extremely heavy rains during the next 24 to 48 hours. Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Meghalaya, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar all remain at risk of torrential rains.
Updated on July 09, 2019: Monsoon 2019 advances in Punjab and Rajasthan, to cover entire country within time
Active Monsoon conditions pushed the Monsoon surge further as it covered entire East Rajasthan and Haryana. Monsoon 2019 has also progressed further into more parts of Punjab and West Rajasthan.
Meanwhile, the western arm of the Monsoon did not progress further, while it was the eastern arm of the Monsoon that has advanced further.
The Northern Limit of Monsoon (NLM) is presently running through Latitude 25°N/Longitude 60°E, Latitude 25°N/Longitude 65°E, Barmer, Jodhpur, Churu, Ludhiana, Kapurthala and Latitude 33°N/Longitude 74.5°E.
In wake of the low pressure are over Uttar Pradesh, weather conditions are looking favourable for Southwest Monsoon 2019 to cover remaining parts of the country during the week.
Looking at the steady advancement of Monsoon during the last few days, we expect Monsoon to cover the entire country well in time. Usually, the Monsoon covers the entire country by July 15 and this time also, we expect Monsoon 2019 to make it in time, despite delayed start and sluggish advancement thereafter.
Updated on July 07, 2019: Heavy Monsoon rains in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Northwest Madhya Pradesh
Monsoon is expected to remain vigorous in parts of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Northwest Madhya Pradesh, Northeast Rajasthan, Assam, Sikkim, Sub Himalayan West Bengal, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Konkan Coast, coastal parts of Karnataka and Meghalaya. These places are all set to record heavy rains during the next 24 hours.
With this weather conditions would be favourable for further progress of Southwest Monsoon which would the cover entire Haryana, Punjab and some more parts of Rajasthan during next 48 hours.
Updated on July 06, 2019: After making an onset over multiple Northwestern regions yesterday, conditions are becoming favorable for further advance of Southwest Monsoon into remaining parts of Haryana, Punjab and some more parts of Rajasthan during the next 48 hours.
Same as yesterday, the Northern Limit of Monsoon (NLM) continues to pass through Barmer, Jodhpur, Sikar, Rohtak, Chandigarh, Una, and Amritsar.
At present, a Low-Pressure Area can be marked over South Uttar Pradesh and adjoining Northeast Madhya Pradesh extending up to 4.5 km.
Updated on July 05, 2019: In the last 24 hours, Southwest Monsoon has further advanced into some more parts of Rajasthan, remaining parts of Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jammu and Kashmir and some parts of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and entire Delhi.
At present, the Northern Limit of Monsoon (NLM) continues to pass through Barmer, Jodhpur, Sikar, Rohtak, Chandigarh, Una and Amritsar.
After a gap of almost fifteen days, Delhi finally received its first spell of rain on July 4, which is likely to continue for another 24 hours. With this, Monsoon has finally arrived over Delhi NCR. As forecast by our Meteorologists, the onset of Monsoon 2019 was declared almost a week late from its normal onset date of June 29.
The Northwestern states of Punjab and Haryana saw first spells of Monsoon rain in the last 24 hours. With this, Amritsar recorded heavy rains after a long prevailing dry spell.
Also, the hilly states of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand are witnessing heavy to very heavy rains since the last two to three days since the onset of Southwest Monsoon here. These intense rains have thrown normal life out of gear with landslides and mudslides getting more and more frequent recently.
Also, the conditions are becoming favourable for further advance of Southwest Monsoon into remaining parts of Haryana, Punjab and some more parts of Rajasthan during the next two to three days.