Due to the formation of the low pressure area, conditions are likely to become favourable for advance of Southwest Monsoon into some parts of northeastern states
Due to the formation of the low pressure area, conditions are likely to become favourable for advance of Southwest Monsoon into some parts of northeastern states|Representational image
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Monsoon to enter Northeast by June 11: IMD

Due to the formation of the low pressure area, conditions are likely to become favourable for advance of Southwest Monsoon into some parts of northeastern states

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New Delhi: With the recent formation of low pressure system in Bay of Bengal, monsoon is all set to enter Northeast India, West Bengal and Odisha by June 11, said Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) in its report.

The formation of low pressure is most likely to move west-northwestwards and become more strong by June 10, said regional Meteorological director G K Das.

"Due to the formation of the low pressure area, conditions are likely to become favourable for advance of Southwest Monsoon into some parts of northeastern states, Sikkim, Odisha and West Bengal during June 11-12," Das said.

The Met department in its weather forecast also said that rain or thundershower will occur at a few places in south Bengal districts for the next three days, following which it is likely to occur in many places of West Bengal

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