Weather forecast for June 9: Rain and thundershowers to continue in Hyderabad
The private weather agency Skymet predicted that during the next 24 hours, active to vigorous Monsoon conditions are expected over North Coastal Karnataka. Here is the weather forecast for Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai for June 9.
The garden city, Bengaluru has been receiving on and off showers on Friday. According to Skymet weather, Monsoon will remain active to vigorous over coastal Maharashtra including Mumbai and North Coastal Karnataka. Monsoon will be active over rest of Karnataka, and entire Kerala. Meanwhile, the city would witness generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers on June 9. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 26 degree Celsius and humidity will be around 84 percent.
Delhiites are continuously battling against dry, hot and humid weather conditions. As per Skymet Weather, short spells of these pre-Monsoon activities may continue for next 2-3 days until around June 11 or 12. Meanwhile, the maximum temperature will be recorded around 40 degree Celsius and humidity will be around 49 per cent.
Hyderabad recorded some good rains in the past few days, however, rains over the city in the last 24 hours, reduced and the 'Biryani City' just recorded some light spells. Meanwhile, Hyderabad city will be witnessing Thunderstorms on June 9. The maximum temperature would be recorded around 31 degree Celsius and humidity around 83 per cent.
Skymet Weather had already predicted some heavy to very heavy rains approaching Mumbai, ever since the onset of Monsoon in Kerala. According to Skymet Weather, moderate to heavy rain and thundershowers would continue for next one or two hours. Subsequently, rains may take a brief break but will return soon. Frequent rainy spells filled with some heavy rains would continue throughout the day, predict weathermen. Meanwhile, on June 9, the city would witness hazy weather. The maximum temperature will be recorded around 32 degree Celsius and humidity around 74 per cent.
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