Weather forecast for June 6: Monsoon to arrive in Mumbai this week, more in the offing
Southwest Monsoon has covered most parts of Coastal and South Interior Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and parts of northeastern states. Here is the weather forecast for Bengaluru, Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai for June 6.
Southwest monsoon is finally here for Bengaluru region with weathermen predicting low to moderate rainfall for the city over the next two days. Meteorological department officials say that pre-monsoon showers were in excess of about 40 per cent in the state this year. Meanwhile, the city will witness Scattered Thunderstorms on June 6. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 28 degree Celsius and humidity will be around 82 percent.
Hot and humid weather that has been bothering Delhiites for the past few days is expected to continue as no major relief from the ongoing humid conditions is foreseen as of now. Meanwhile, Delhiites might be witnessing mostly sunny on June 6. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 41 degree Celsius and humidity will be around 40 per 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, Southwest Monsoon has covered most parts of Coastal and South Interior Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and parts of northeastern states. With weather conditions favourable, Hyderabad and Mumbai will also not have to wait for very long for the arrival of Monsoon. Meanwhile, Hyderabad city will be witnessing Scattered Thunderstorms on June 6. The maximum temperature would be recorded around 34 degree Celsius and humidity around 72 per cent.
The 'city of dreams' finally witnessed 26 mm of moderate rains on June 3. In fact, on June 4, it was quite a rainy day for the commercial capital wherein heavy rains were recorded. As per Skymet Weather, the reason for these rains can be attributed to the cyclonic circulation that was persisting over South Konkan and Goa region. Meanwhile, on June 6, the city would witness Scattered Thunderstorms. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 32 degree Celsius and humidity around 75 per cent.
On an off rains have been occurring over West Bengal as well as the state capital, Kolkata. However, Southwest Monsoon has yet not made an onset over entire West Bengal. Until the onset of Monsoon, light rains are likely to continue over parts of West Bengal. However, Meanwhile, the minimum temperatures will settle around 34 degrees but as the day progresses, the city is likely to witness Scattered Thunderstorms.
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