IMD predicts monsoon to hit Kerala in 5 days, severe heat wave in Delhi till this date; check

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The southwest monsoon, as predicted by IMD, is probably going to hit Kerala on May 31, a day earlier than the conventional date of June 1. Kerala is presently witnessing pre-monsoon rains.

The India Meteorological Department acknowledged that circumstances are anticipated to grow to be beneficial for the onset of the Southwest Monsoon over Kerala through the subsequent 5 days.

The southwest monsoon, as predicted by IMD, is probably going to hit Kerala on May 31, a day earlier than the conventional date of June 1. Kerala is presently witnessing pre-monsoon rains.

Heatwave circumstances to prevail in Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana-Chandigarh-Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh, West Madhya Pradesh till May 27-29.

In 2023, rainfall over the nation as an entire throughout monsoon season (June-September), was 94 per cent of its long-period common.

The starting of the southwest monsoon over the Indian mainland is marked by monsoon onset over Kerala and is a vital indicator characterising the change from a scorching and dry season to a wet season.

As the monsoon progresses northward, reduction from scorching summer time temperatures is skilled over the areas that it tends to cowl.

These rains are essential to the Indian agriculture economic system ( particularly for kharif crops). India has three cropping seasons — summer time, kharif and rabi.

(with ANI inputs)

 


Nilesh Desai
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