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Many areas of Maharashtra including Mumbai received heavy rains on Thursday.
Monsoon, which has been dormant for about 15 days, is becoming active again. The Meteorological Department had predicted that the monsoon wind from the Bay of Bengal will gradually reach some parts of the eastern region of the country from Thursday.
Due to this, there is a possibility of light to heavy rain in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra. Because of this, an alert has been issued in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Parts of Madhya Pradesh and Mumbai received rain on Thursday. Similar weather is expected in Mumbai for the next two days. After heavy rains in Nagpur, roads were flooded in many areas. In some places water entered the houses.
Heat continues in Delhi
The people of Delhi are still waiting for the monsoon. Here in July it is getting hot like May. The minimum temperature recorded here on Thursday was 30.6 degree Celsius. It is 3 degree Celsius above normal. The maximum temperature was 42 degree Celsius. However, there was light rain here late in the night. Data from the Central Pollution Control Board shows that at 8.05 am, the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi was at 151 i.e. moderate level.
Earlier in 2009, monsoon was so late in Delhi
Monsoon will reach Delhi late this time in the last 15 years. Earlier in 2006, the monsoon reached Delhi on 9 July. The Meteorological Department had predicted that around July 10, the monsoon may advance in Delhi with some more parts of western UP, Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan. Due to this, there will be rain in the central and north west areas of the country.
According to the Meteorological Department, the monsoon arrived in Delhi on July 7 in 2012 and July 9 in 2006. In 2002, the first monsoon rains occurred on 19 July. In 1987, it came late on 26 July.
Covers the whole country till 8th July
Till June 30, the monsoon has spread across the country except in East Rajasthan, Delhi, Punjab and some parts of Chandigarh. At present it is stuck in Barmer, Bhilwara, Dholpur, Aligarh, Meerut, Ambala and Amritsar. Usually by 8 July, the monsoon covers the entire country.