North India to see rain relief from today

North India likely to see rain relief from today

North India likely to see rain relief from today

Over the next few days, there is a good probability to see occasional storms in Northwest India over the next few days due to the break of high heat spell. However, the central India and the Andhra-Telangana belt where there have been over 2000 heat related deaths, would have to wait for a few more days to get the relief of rain.

The western disturbance, a fresh pulse of moist winds from the west had reached Jammu and Kashmir said the Met office. It is likely to interact with a low pressure system over Haryana and cause scattered dust storms and thundershowers across the northwest India including the national capital region. The Met office stated that this is likely to happen from Monday itself.

There are chances of occasional wet spells which could continue for three to four days. They will cause the temperatures to drop below 40 degrees Celsius over the region. This rain relief is however expected to not last longer than June 4.

According to a special update on the weather portal, AccuWeather, the relief may not spread to areas in central, south and east India, where a ridge of high pressure may continue to result in largely dry weather with extreme heat.


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