Monsoons have been delayed more than regular time in India. Normally, South-West Monsoons enter Kerala by 1st June or 30th or 31st May. Currently, Monsoons are hovered around Lakshadweep Islands and Andaman-Nicobar Islands in Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal. South-East and South-West Monsoons contribute to more than 90% Annual Rainfall in India. Currently, farmers are waiting for first rains to hit the dry lands.
Indian farmers depend heavily on Monsoons and even water storage facilities in most states depend on rainfall around Monsoon season. Scientists predict that this year by 8th or 9th June, South-West Monsoons will enter into Kerala. South-East Monsoons will take time to reach North-West India. In their return, during September-October they drop rains in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, generally. This year though rains will be delayed predict weather experts.
By 15th June, Monsoons could enter Telangana. Also, experts predict 5% less rainfall in major areas this year. So, storage of water becomes more important than normal in current situation. Monsoons were expected to enter Kerala by 4th June by they are delayed by a week, now. Experts say EL NINO conditions prevailing are the cause for delay in Monsoons spread and temperatures will cool only after 16th June in AP and Telangana.
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