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IMD: Pre-Monsoon-Showers in This State to Begin Tomorrow; Check Weather in Your City

Beginning tomorrow, Mumbai will experience some cloudiness. Because of the Cyclonic Circulation, which has brought showers to Kerala and Karnataka, Mumbai may get some rain.

Binita Kumari
Beginning tomorrow, Mumbai will experience some cloudiness.
Beginning tomorrow, Mumbai will experience some cloudiness.

Temperatures in Rajasthan reached 45 degrees Celsius in several places. Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, had a temperature of 45.3 degrees Celsius. Beginning tomorrow, Mumbai will experience some cloudiness. Because of the Cyclonic Circulation, which has brought showers to Kerala and Karnataka, Mumbai may get some rain.

The system is slowly fading and moving northward and inland. As a result, clouding will begin to form over Mumbai starting tomorrow. On a lighter note, pre-monsoon rainfall activities will commence on May 21. Rains may become slightly stronger after May 24, but not to the point of creating any major disturbance.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted a brief heatwave throughout sections of northwest and central India, including Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and the surrounding areas. A heatwave is expected to occur over northwest Madhya Pradesh until Friday, according to the latest updates on the official Twitter handle of the IMD, while parts of Rajasthan are expected to experience heatwave conditions over the next 24 hours, the weather service said on Thursday evening.

"Due to approaching western disturbance and anticipated south-westerly winds from the Arabian sea across northwest India, the heatwave will occur over northwest and Madhya Pradesh until tomorrow only," IMD said in an update.

Heatwave in India:

On Thursday and Friday, a brief fresh period of heatwave conditions is expected over Northwest and Central India, followed by a wet spell that will last till May 24. High temperatures of over 45 degrees Celsius were recorded in some regions of Rajasthan. At 47 degrees Celsius, Barmer and Dholpur were scorching, while Karauli and Pilani were at 46.5 degrees Celsius. Bikaner, Ganganagar, Nagaur, Jaipur, and Baran were among the cities that experienced extreme heat.

Due to a western disturbance on May 22 and 23, moderate rainfall is expected to begin on May 21. Hissar, Narnaul, and Bhiwani in Haryana, Jhansi, and Nowgong in southern Uttar Pradesh, and Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, among other places, had mercury values above 45 degrees Celsius.

During the next five days, widespread rainfall with isolated heavy falls, as well as thunderstorms, lightning, and gusty winds, is expected over the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. On Friday, the IMD predicts isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall over the region.

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