Monsoon is unlikely to continue for the next 3 to 4 months

The Indian Meteorological Department said on Tuesday that due to dry westerly winds in northwest India from Wednesday, the monsoon is not likely to continue for the next three to four days. The easterly winds are likely to start from June 27 and heavy rains are likely over Karnataka, Konkan and Goa. Senior scientist at […]
 


Monsoon is unlikely to continue for the next 3 to 4 months

The Indian Meteorological Department said on Tuesday that due to dry westerly winds in northwest India from Wednesday, the monsoon is not likely to continue for the next three to four days. The easterly winds are likely to start from June 27 and heavy rains are likely over Karnataka, Konkan and Goa.

Senior scientist at IMD’s National Center for Weather Forecasting, R.K. Jamnani said that they are not predicting any rain for the next 3 to 4 days due to the westerly wind direction. We are waiting for the east wind. Rain is also decreasing in some parts of Northeast India.

Mahesh Palawat, vice-president, Skymet Weather, said that the north-westerly chaat extending from Haryana to Northeast India was in the southern part of Delhi, but is now reaching the foothills of Himalayas, north of Delhi, due to which westerly winds are blowing. More westerly.. Monsoon will reach in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi only when east wind starts blowing by June 27.

Isolated rain and thundershowers are very likely over Kerala, Karnataka, Goa, Konkan and other areas. Areas including Madhya Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Marathwada are likely to receive scattered rain during the five days. Since June 1, the country has received only 2% rainfall deficit, although central India is deficient by 33% and north-west India by 17%. Apart from this, 43 percent more rain has been received in East and Northeast India.