Monsoon in India: IMD predicts more rain from next week (File Photo)
Almost all the states of the country have received good rainfall. The farmers have a smile on the face of rain, although rain has decreased in some states during the months of August and September. Now this big news is that the onset of monsoon is likely to start in early October.
Monsoon in Rajasthan:
The Meteorological Department said that the withdrawal of the southwest monsoon from West Rajasthan could begin by the end of next week. The department says that conditions are likely to be favorable for the return of monsoon in the next two days. Temperatures in the plains of North India are being recorded higher than normal.
Director General of the India Meteorological Department, Mrityunjay Mohapatra said that this is one of those weather patterns. He said that what we see when the conditions are favorable for the going of the monsoon. He says that the Meteorological Department does not see the possibility of monsoon rains in West Rajasthan after September 20.
IMD has changed the monsoon withdrawal dates this year. The new table states that the monsoon was expected to return on September 17, but has been delayed due to the formation of a low pressure area in the Bay of Bengal. The withdrawal of southwest monsoon from west Rajasthan also makes conditions favorable for the cold.
Many areas of Central and South India may receive heavy rains for the next two days. IMD has issued Orange alert for Saturday in Kerala, Goa and parts of Karnataka and Maharashtra. The Meteorological Department has also issued Orange alert in Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Maharashtra and Goa on Sunday. According to the information received, the country has received seven percent more rain than usual.
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