Monsoon will hit Kerala on June 1, Indian Meteorological Department confirms:
There are indications that monsoons will enter the country in a timely manner this time. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, monsoons normally hit Kerala on June 6 or 7 but, monsoon will hit Kerala on June 1 this year. On the whole, the department said that normal rainfall will be recorded this year. India has received above-average rainfall for two consecutive years.
Department officials said the monsoons are expected to make a significant contribution to agriculture as well as the economy, especially this year due to the rains. They said they came to this estimate on April 16 last year, with 40 percent normal and 39 percent below normal rainfall.
Given the long-term average, it is likely to be 98 percent. The meteorological department also forecast 880 mm of rainfall across the country. The country has received heavy rainfall for two years. It is about 110 percent, but this time there will be no El Nino Southern Oscillation effect, officials said.
The department has formulated a special advance plan called ‘Monsoon Core Zone of India’. The plan will help assess the impact of monsoons in the western, eastern, and central states of the country. However, the meteorological department said that there was a threat of unseasonable rains in the summer. On the whole, however, the rainfall in the country is expected to be satisfactory this time.
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