Weather forecast for June 7: Rainfall to intensify in Hyderabad, Monsoon to make onset soon
Southwest Monsoon is expected to cover remaining parts of Karnataka and Rayalaseema. Some parts of Konkan and Goa, Telangana and Coastal Andhra Pradesh. Here is the weather forecast for Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai for June 7.
Subdued Monsoon rains are likely over South Tamil Nadu and Interior Karnataka. According to Skymet weather, during the next 24 hours, Monsoon will remain normal over Coastal Karnataka, Kerala, Coastal Andhra Pradesh, parts of Tamil Nadu, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura. Meanwhile, the city will witness Thunderstorms on June 7. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 27 degree Celsius and humidity will be around 85 percent.
After a hot and humid weather that has been bothering Delhiites for the past few days, pre-Monsoon activities have once again resumed over northwestern plains including Delhi-NCR. According to Skymet Weather, on and off pre-Monsoon activities are likely to continue over Delhi-NCR region for next few days, till the onset of Monsoon. The intensity of rains is also likely to increase after June 10. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 41 degree Celsius and humidity will be around 41 per cent.
Rain in Telangana have remained far and few for the past few days, barring few districts that have seen isolated activities. According to Skymet weather, these rains would be due to the westward movement of the cyclonic circulation which is over West Central Bay of Bengal off Andhra Pradesh coast. Meanwhile, Hyderabad city will be witnessing Thunderstorms on June 7. The maximum temperature would be recorded around 31 degree Celsius and humidity around 82 per cent.
Pre-monsoon showers have lashed Mumbai, causing difficulties for residents as the city reported waterlogging, fallen trees and disruptions in flights and road transport. Weather experts have issued weather forecast for this week, warning of a worse spell since July 26, 2005, the day that witnessed severe storm and subsequent deluge. The reason behind this rainfall is stated to be the cyclonic circulation persisting over South Konkan and Goa region. Meanwhile, on June 7, the city would witness Scattered Thunderstorms. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 431 degree Celsius and humidity around 81 per cent.
Monsoon has made an onset over the state of Tamil Nadu and its capital city of Chennai. However, rains remained absent from Chennai, while the interior and southern districts of Tamil Nadu have been recording good rains. Meanwhile, the minimum temperatures will settle around 37 degrees but as the day progresses, the city is likely to witness Scattered Thunderstorms.
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