Conditions are not favourable for further advance of monsoon into Rajasthan, remaining parts Punjab, Haryana and Delhi : IMD

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New Delhi: While West, South and Eastern parts of India have recorded surplus rainfall due to timely progress of the South-West Monsoon, the northern and north-western regions of the country may have to wait for some more time for the rains.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday said that atmospheric conditions are not favourable for further advance of monsoon into Rajasthan, remaining parts Punjab, Haryana and Delhi.

“Large-scale atmospheric conditions are not favourable for further advance of monsoon into Rajasthan, remaining parts Punjab, Haryana and Delhi. However, there could be slow progress into some more parts of Gujarat state and Uttar Pradesh during next 2 to 3 days” said IMD.

Meanwhile, IMD has forecasted more rains in the West, South and Eastern parts of the country in the next 2-3 hours.

“A cyclonic circulation lies over Gangetic West Bengal & neighbourhood. Under its influence, widespread rainfall with isolated heavy to very heavy falls very likely over Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal & Sikkim and north Odisha during next 2-3 days” IMD has forecated.

“An offshore trough runs from south Karnataka to north Kerala coast. Under its influence, widespread rainfall with isolated heavy to very heavy falls very likely over Konkan & Goa and Madhya Maharashtra during next 2-3 days; over Karnataka and Kerala & Mahe during next 2 days” IMD added.

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