Monsoon in Kerala While Capital will Face Moisture Laden Wind

Published on: 04 Jun, 2013
Published under: Kerala Weather News

3 June 2013

As the monsoon advances west coast of India Capital Delhi will be facing rise in temperature and moisture laden winds during the next two days. Moisture-laden southwesterly winds from the Arabian Sea have started colliding with the Western Ghats. The resultant sharp drop in wind temperature and a continuous moisture feed will provide rain that lasts for hours. Kerala, coastal Karnataka, Konkan, Goa and south Maharashtra will see heavy rain at one or two places during the next 48 hours as a result of this weather system.

There are chances of rain in central India at one or two places during the next two days due to a corridor of low pressure that runs from north Rajasthan and Punjab to Telangana in south Andhra Pradesh. Owing to southeasterly winds, moisture levels in the region will be high.

The monsoon is expected to reach Tamil Nadu and south Andhra Pradesh in the next two days. South Maharashtra is also expected to get rain at one or two places.

West Bengal and Sikkim are likely to receive more rain during the period. The temperature in Delhi has been lower than the average for the past two days but now a rise is expected due to a change in wind direction.


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