Weather forecast for June 4: Mumbai rains to intensify soon
Here is the weather forecast for Bengaluru, Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai for June 4.
Bengaluru, the garden city has been witnessing on and off showers. According to a private weather forecast, Skymet weather, During the next 24 hours, light to moderate rains with few heavy spells are expected over Karnataka and South Konkan & Goa. Meanwhile, the city will witness Thunderstorm on June 4. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 28 degree Celsius and humidity will be around 81 percent.
Delhi-NCR saw maximum temperatures dropping for the first time in last 10 days. According to Skymet Weather, an east-west trough is running close to Delhi-NCR, which has been infusing moisture over the region. With mercury peaking during the afternoon hours, there are possibilities of dust storm or thunderstorm during the later half of the day. Meanwhile, Delhiites might be witnessing sunny weather on June 4. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 42 degree Celsius and humidity will be around 32per cent.
The city of Nizams has been witnessing Subdued rains have been occurring over the state of Telangana since the last many days. According to Skymet weather, warm and moist air mass are also strengthening over the state. Hence, rain intensity is expected to increase during next 24-48 hours. Meanwhile, Hyderabad city will be witnessing partly cloudy weather on June 4. The maximum temperature would be recorded around 37 degree Celsius and humidity around 52 per cent.
Mumbai, rains have arrived and arrived with a bang. After recording moderate showers during the last 24 hours, the weathermen at Skymet weather said that another spell of Mumbai rains is likely today. In fact, the intensity of rains is likely to be more than Saturday. Meanwhile, on June 4, the city would witness partly cloudy weather. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 32 degree Celsius and humidity around 73 per cent.
moderate rainfall activity has been observed over parts of Gangetic West Bengal as well as Kolkata. According to Skymet weather, an upper air trough is extending from Northwest Madhya Pradesh to Assam across central parts of West Bengal. This upper air trough is likely to shift southwards as southwesterly warm and moist air mass is prevailing over Gangetic West Bengal. However, Meanwhile, the minimum temperatures will settle around 33 degrees but as the day progresses, the city is likely to witness thunderstorm.
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