IMD – Indian Meteorological Department, has stated that in next 48 hours South-West Monsoons could enter into Kerala. Cyclone Biparjoy has been formed in Arabian Sea and it is moving fast towards West Coast. Reports from Skymet Weather have stated that South-West Monsoons could be delayed by 3 more days due to the cyclone. IMD made this announcement in countering the reports going around. They have stated that South Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal have suitable conditions for South-West Monsoons to enter Kerala. IMD predicted that in next 48 hours at any time they can enter land.
Summer in India has seen multiple heatwaves this year. Mainly, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu temperatures have been alarmingly high. North Indian states have also seen 2-3% increase in temperatures this year. IMD has predicted Summer rains and Telangana has faced critical situation because of them. Now, farmers are waiting for pre-Monsoon showers and a healthy Monsoon rainfall this year. IMD already stated that there could be 5-7% less rainfall this year due to EL NINO conditions.
IMD is closely observing Cyclone Biparjoy movement near Goa Coastal region. They have asked Maharashtra and Goa coastal region residents to be alert and asked fishermen to not go into Sea. IMD has estimated that Cyclone Biparjoy won’t be causing huge troubles in Western Coast of India. As depression in Chhattisgarh has weakened, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh could see rains over next three days. Finally, heatwave seems to be giving way to some cool rains in coming days.
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