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The weather of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi to go dry

June 3, 2023 12:57 PM |

The country's northern plains witnessed above-normal rain in the pre-monsoon season between March and May. Overall temperatures also remained less than normal and heat wave conditions were comparatively less. In fact, only 5 to 6 heatwave days were witnessed over these states in the entire pre-monsoon season.

The intensity and frequency of Western disturbance will now reduce. The induced cyclonic circulations will also fade away soon. Dry weather conditions with clear skies will lead to a rise in temperature. Temperatures in most places in Punjab, Haryana and Delhi are significantly below normal. In the next 2 to 3 days, temperatures will be near normal and gradually they may become above normal also. Dry winds from the north and northwest will continue until the next week.

The onset of monsoon over Kerala will get delayed. Further progress of monsoon depends on many other weather parameters. Monsoon usually reaches north India by June end. Until then, the maximum temperature will be in the higher thirties or lower forties and the discomfort level will also rise after June 15 when the wind direction will start changing from Northwest to southeast.

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