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Monsoon reaches some parts of Gangetic West Bengal

Press Trust of India  |  Kolkata 

reached some parts of Gangetic West Bengal, including the metropolis, today and is expected to cover some more parts of Odisha and remaining parts of northwest within next two days, the Met department said.

The Southwest is likely to reach some parts of and by Wednesday, the weatherman said.

Rain or thundershower is likely at many places in Gangetic with heavy rain at isolated places in some places, the Met department said.

No further advance of is likely during next one week thereafter due to probable weakening of monsoon flow, the Met said.

The well-marked low pressure area over and neighbourhood lay as a low pressure area over the same region in the afternoon today.

Several places in Sub-Himalayan is also expected to receive moderate to heavy rainfall during the next two to three days along with the coastal districts of the state, the weatherman said in its forecast.

in the coastal South 24 district recorded the highest rainfall of 44.6 mm in 24 hours till 8.30 am today.

The metropolis recorded 7.4 mm rainfall during the same period, the Met said.

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First Published: Mon, June 11 2018. 18:10 IST