Jun 20 2021

Good news, monsoon finally arrives in Kerala, information from Indian Meteorological Department

Good news, monsoon finally arrives in Kerala, information from Indian Meteorological Department

The Indian Meteorological Department has informed that the monsoon has arrived in Kerala. The monsoon has become active in the southern part of Kerala. According to the meteorological department, the southwest monsoon, the monsoon, arrived in Kerala two days late. This year's monsoon rains are expected to be above average, the meteorological department had earlier said. According to Mrityunjay Mohapatra, Executive Director, Indian Meteorological Department, the monsoon has hit the southern part of Kerala. (Monsoon 2021 update Southwest Monsoon has hits Kerala said by IMD)

Monsoon two days late
The Indian Meteorological Department had earlier said that the monsoon would arrive in Kerala on June 1. However, the monsoon is expected to begin on May 31. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the monsoon will start on June 3. The monsoon normally arrives on June 1 every year, this year it has arrived in Kerala two days late. The Indian Meteorological Department said the monsoon was active in the South Arabian Sea, Lakshadweep, South Kerala, South Tamil Nadu, and Comorin Maldives.

The monsoon will receive 101 percent of the average
The Indian Meteorological Department has forecast southwest monsoon. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD Monsoon forecast) has forecast 101 percent of this year's monsoon average. According to this, the monsoon will be normal this year. The meteorological department has forecast 100 percent rainfall this year. In India, the monsoon is expected to be above average from June to September. Rainfall ranging from 96 percent to 104 percent is called normal monsoon

How much rain will fall in which section?
According to the Indian Meteorological Department, monsoon rainfall is expected to be 92-108 percent in northwest India. So, the Deccan plateau can get 93-107 percent rainfall. The meteorological department has forecast 95 percent rainfall in North East India and less than 106 percent rainfall in Central India. The Indian Meteorological Department is forecasting rains for the month of July at the end of June.

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