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Waiting for monsoon is not ending in Delhi, Meteorological Department said – will now predict rain on Monday

In the midst of waiting for the monsoon, Central Delhi is the district in the country that has received the least amount of rainfall.

Monsoon kab ayega in Delhi? The long wait for the arrival of monsoon in Delhi is not taking its name, due to which the people of the national capital faced sultry heat on Sunday as well. Meanwhile, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that the arrival of monsoon in Delhi will be announced on Monday. This has happened many times in this season when the prediction made by the Meteorological Department regarding the arrival of monsoon in Delhi has proved to be wrong.Also Read – Coronavirus in Delhi: 53 new cases of corona were reported in Delhi, 3 people died; Many restrictions still in place

In the midst of waiting for the monsoon, Central Delhi is the district in the country that has received the least amount of rainfall. Central Delhi has received only 8.5 mm of rain since June 1, which is 93 percent less than the normal 125.1 mm. So far, Delhi has received 64 percent less rainfall than the normal monsoon rainfall. Also Read – Strong winds are expected in the coastal area of ​​Gujarat, fishermen are advised not to go into the sea

According to the latest IMD statement, conditions remain favorable for further advance of Southwest Monsoon into some more parts of Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana and some more parts of Rajasthan during next 24 hours. Also Read – Weather Forecast Today IMD: Meteorological Department’s prediction about monsoon proved wrong again, why it is not raining in North India including Delhi

IMD scientist Sunita Devi said that although there is a strong expectation of rain in Delhi on Sunday, but on Monday, July 12, at 8.30 am, an announcement will be made about the arrival of monsoon after observation.

During the last 15 years in Delhi, this time the monsoon is arriving late. Earlier, the monsoon had reached the capital on July 7 in 2012 and July 9 in 2006, while in 2002 Delhi received its first monsoon rains on July 19. The most delayed monsoon in the city came in 1987 on 26 July.

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