Briefing about the weather conditions in northwest India, Head of Regional Specialised Meteorological Centre, Rajendra Kumar Jenamani informed that rainfall will reduce by next 24 hours and temperature will rise in Northwest India.
"Rainfall will reduce by the next 24 hours and temperature will start rising in northwest India, particularly in Delhi and there will be no rain till June 11.
From June 12, fresh rain is likely to start again in northwest India due to easterly winds," said Rajendra Kumar Jenamani, IMD.
"In Mumbai and Kerala, rainfall is likely to increase from June 8 or June 9 due to formation of a new low-pressure system over the east-central Arabian sea," he added.
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