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The southwest monsoon will progress further in the next 2 days: IMD

The southwest monsoon is likely to move into areas of the southern Arabian Sea, the Maldives, Comorin, the southern Bay of Bengal, the central eastern Bay of Bengal, and parts of the northeastern Bay of Bengal in the next 48 hours. , according to the India Meteorological Department.

The southwest monsoon is likely to move into areas of the southern Arabian Sea, the Maldives, Comorin, the southern Bay of Bengal, the central eastern Bay of Bengal, and parts of the northeastern Bay of Bengal in the next 48 hours. , according to the India Meteorological Department.

The IMD forecasts that the critical southwest monsoon will hit Kerala on June 4, subject to a margin of error of about three days. This is a bit later than the typical June 1 start date.

The IMD forecasts that the critical southwest monsoon will hit Kerala on June 4, subject to a margin of error of about three days. This is a bit later than the typical June 1 start date.

In its weekly weather forecast, the IMD said a cyclonic circulation would form over the southeastern Arabian Sea by Monday. Under the influence of this formation, an area of ​​low pressure is likely to develop in the same region over the next two days, which could affect the northwestern, southern, northeastern and eastern regions of India.

In its weekly weather forecast, the IMD said a cyclonic circulation would form over the southeastern Arabian Sea by Monday. Under the influence of this formation, an area of ​​low pressure is likely to develop in the same region over the next two days, which could affect the northwestern, southern, northeastern and eastern regions of India.

The weather system is expected to bring light to moderate rain, thunderstorms and gusty winds to the western Himalayan region. Meanwhile, Uttarakhand may experience potential hailstorms this Friday.

The weather system is expected to bring light to moderate rain, thunderstorms and gusty winds to the western Himalayan region. Meanwhile, Uttarakhand may experience potential hailstorms this Friday.

Kerala, Lakshadweep, coastal and inland southern Karnataka are likely to witness light to moderate rain with thunderstorms, lightning and gusty winds, and isolated or scattered showers over Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh through Monday. Heavy rain is likely to fall on Kerala from Friday to Monday.

Kerala, Lakshadweep, coastal and inland southern Karnataka are likely to witness light to moderate rain with thunderstorms, lightning and gusty winds, and isolated or scattered showers over Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh through Monday. Heavy rain is likely to fall on Kerala from Friday to Monday.

The meteorological office expects similar weather in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Sub-Himalayas West Bengal and Sikkim during the week ending Monday. Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal are expected to receive light to moderate rainfall with thunderstorms, lightning and gusty winds on most days of the week.

The meteorological office expects similar weather in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Sub-Himalayas West Bengal and Sikkim during the week ending Monday. Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal are expected to receive light to moderate rainfall with thunderstorms, lightning and gusty winds on most days of the week.

Maximum temperatures are likely to be 4-6°C above normal in north-east India over the next two days, with heat wave conditions expected to continue in parts of Bihar, West Bengal and Sikkim until Monday. The heat wave is likely to prevail over Madhya Maharashtra, Vidarbha and Chhattisgarh on Friday and Saturday, IMD said.

Maximum temperatures are likely to be 4-6°C above normal in north-east India over the next two days, with heat wave conditions expected to continue in parts of Bihar, West Bengal and Sikkim until Monday. The heat wave is likely to prevail over Madhya Maharashtra, Vidarbha and Chhattisgarh on Friday and Saturday, IMD said.

IMD does not see any significant change in maximum temperature over North West India in the next two days and a gradual increase of 3-5°C thereafter. A 2-4°C increase in maximum temperatures is observed in western and central India during the first half of the week and no significant change thereafter. No significant change in maximum temperature is observed in the rest of the country for most days of the week ending on Monday.

IMD does not see any significant change in maximum temperature over North West India in the next two days and a gradual increase of 3-5°C thereafter. A 2-4°C increase in maximum temperatures is observed in western and central India during the first half of the week and no significant change thereafter. No significant change in maximum temperature is observed in the rest of the country for most days of the week ending on Monday.

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