There is a worrying information in regards to the arrival of monsoon in India dealing with the Corona disaster. According to studies, there could also be a delay of 4 days within the arrival of the southwest monsoon in Kerala this yr. The meteorological division of India gave this data on Friday. The division mentioned that the monsoon will arrive within the southern state by June 5.
The Meteorological Department mentioned, "This year the monsoon in Kerala will come slightly later than the normal date. The monsoon can come in the state till June 5. "With the arrival of monsoon in Kerala, the four-month wet season formally begins within the nation. The climate from June to September is taken into account wet. The monsoon normally falls on one June yearly in Kerala. <! –
Due to cyclonic storms within the Bay of Bengal, the monsoon within the Andaman and Nicobar Islands can attain its regular date from May 22 to May 16, six days earlier.
Last yr, the monsoon arrived in Andaman and Nicobar on May 18, two days earlier than its due date, however on account of slowing down, it reached Kerala on June Eight and the monsoon arrival throughout the nation befell on July 19.
According to the division, the monsoon will probably be regular this yr. Up to 75 per cent of the rain within the nation from the southwest monsoon in June to September isn’t solely necessary for agriculture within the nation, however it’s also necessary for the financial system in addition to for the financial system, which is especially agro-based, with water within the reservoirs.
At the identical time, the northeast monsoon additionally brings rain within the nation. Between October and December, rains happen in components of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh from the northeast monsoon.
This yr, the Indian Meteorological Department has revised the dates of the energetic and going monsoon in numerous components of the nation primarily based on information from 1960 to 2019. The earlier dates have been primarily based on information from 1901 and 1940.
However, the date of arrival of monsoon in Kerala remains to be June 1. Whereas, components of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh could get delayed by three to seven days in comparison with the present regular dates.
The new regular date of monsoon has been prolonged from June 23 to 27 within the nationwide capital, which signifies that the monsoon will knock in Delhi with a delay of 4 days. Similarly, the monsoon dates in Mumbai and Kolkata have been from June 10 to June 11 and for Chennai from June 1 to June 4. However, within the distant a part of northwest India, the monsoon will attain on July 8, in comparison with the present July 15. At the identical time, the return date of monsoon is 15 October in South India.