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The monsoon has swept across the country. It has been raining in various areas of Delhi-NCR since Monday morning. This brought relief to the people from the heat. The capital recorded 29 degrees on Monday morning. There was light rain at some places. Due to this, many areas were flooded. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) estimates that it will be cloudy throughout the day and light rains will continue. According to the information, three systems are active in the country. These are: 1. A cyclonic circulation over eastern Uttar Pradesh 2. Cyclonic system over Saurashtra region of Gujarat 3. Trough from Odisha to coastal parts of Tamil Nadu. Due to this, there may be rain in different states. The highest 108 mm rainfall was recorded in Sundargarh, Odisha in the last 24 hours.
Know the speed of monsoon
The south-west monsoon has crossed the southern parts of the country and the eastern states, reaching the eastern parts of Uttar Pradesh. The monsoon has also knocked over Madhya Pradesh and central parts of Gujarat. The speed of monsoon was quite good in the states of Central and Eastern India. In Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Bihar and Jharkhand and eastern Uttar Pradesh, before the normal monsoon has knocked. During the last 24 hours, heavy rainfall was recorded in many areas of the country. During this time, the highest rainfall in the country was in Sundargarh, Odisha. The rainfall figure was 108 mm.