Warning of heavy rains in three states of the country

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The Indian Meteorological Department issued warnings about heavy rainfall in three states. The department estimates that the rains started in Telangana, Karnataka, Goa and the Konkan region from June 13, which may continue till June 14.

Similarly, heavy rains may occur over Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Meghalaya and Andhra Pradesh. According to Meteorological Department officials, a low air pressure area has formed in the Bay of Bengal, due to which rain may occur in these states.

According to the Meteorological Department, there may be rain in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir as well as Uttarakhand in the coming days. In Rajasthan and adjoining areas, the effect of heat will be from 13 to 16 June. At the same time, heavy rainfall was recorded in many areas of the country during the last 24 hours.

Meanwhile, the highest 167 mm rainfall in the country was hard in Ratnagiri in Maharashtra. After heavy heat throughout the day, there was light rain with heavy thunderstorms in NCR and adjoining cities including Delhi in the evening. Due to this change in weather occured,people suffering from heat were relieved. But the Meteorological Department estimates that this relief will not last.

From Sunday, the temperature is up to 41 degrees while on Monday it is expected to reach 42 degrees. The good thing is that the monsoon is moving at a good pace. There was a confluence of heat and rain in Rajasthan and other states. Pre-monsoon rains in Jaipur Rajasthan continue with hot air.