Monsoon update New Delhi| The Meteorological Department has given a good news amid the bad news of the fast spreading corona infection in the country. The Meteorological Department has said that this year, the monsoon will hit Kerala on the scheduled time of June 1 and good rains are likely in many states of the country. The meteorological monsoon of the Meteorological Department will reach the coastal region of Kerala by its scheduled time and it is expected for the farmers to produce excellent crop for the coming crop year. Secretary of Ministry of Earth Sciences M. Rajeevan said that the monsoon winds are moving accordingly. The meteorological department will now issue a report on May 15 about the running of monsoon winds, the amount of water in the clouds and how much rain will fall in which parts of the country.
Southwest monsoon will be normal
According to the forecast by meteorologists, the southwest monsoon which rains 75 percent of the country in the current season will be completely normal this year. In such a situation, 75 percent of the country is expected to receive good rains between June and September. Meteorologists have predicted that the monsoon season, which is active between June and September, could receive 103 percent of the total rainfall.
Rain in these states of the country may decrease
According to the Meteorological Department, the plains of northern region and parts of northeastern India are expected to receive less rainfall throughout the season, while the eastern states of Bengal, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar and eastern Uttar Pradesh are expected to receive rain on average. . .
Good rain will cause la nina effect
La Niña conditions have been prevalent in the meteorological Pacific Ocean since last year, so good rains are likely. Also, this time there are no signs of an El Niño effect throughout the Manzo season. The movements of the oceans will not have any effect on the movements in the oceans.
Monsoon will return more rain
Private weather company Skymet has forecast that it could receive 15 percent below normal rainfall in July. The month is expected to receive 277 mm of rain as against 285 mm. The normal rainfall in the month of August would have been 256 against 258. September is forecast to receive widespread and above-normal rainfall. Skymet has forecast below-average rainfall in the western part of the country. Also, Haryana, Punjab and Western Uttar Pradesh have predicted some rains in July and August. But the monsoon returning in September can cause excessive rainfall. This time the monsoon farewell is expected to be late.