- Cloudy weather over Kerala coast and adjoining southeast Arabian Sea
- Monsoon likely to arrive in Delhi in first week of July
- This time in the capital around 144 mm of rain in the month of May
Monsoon can knock in Kerala today (June 3). Conditions for the Southwest Monsoon to reach Kerala had started building up a few days back. This time the monsoon is reaching here late than the normal time. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) says that the spatial rainfall distribution has increased over Kerala and westerly winds are blowing in the lower levels of South Arabian Sea. According to satellite images, the Kerala coast and adjoining southeast Arabian Sea are cloudy.
Monsoon will be normal this year
The IMD said, “The situation is forecast to become more favorable to Monsoon with further increase in rainfall over Kerala in the next 24 hours.” Monsoon generally reaches Kerala on June 1. The IMD had earlier predicted the onset of monsoon on May 31 or four days earlier or earlier, but on May 30, it had said that the situation is yet to arrive in Kerala. According to IMD, Monsoon is expected to be normal this year.
Monsoon will reach Delhi by the end of June
Monsoon is likely to arrive in Delhi NCR this time in the first week of July. There is every possibility of good summer in the month of June for good monsoon rains. Because this time it has been predicted that North India will receive more rain than normal in Monsoon. Last month, private weather forecasting agency Skymet Weather had forecast monsoon in Delhi till the end of June. According to Skymet Weather, there may be a lot of rain in Delhi in the month of September. However, there is a forecast of ’10-15% shortfall’ in rainfall during the rest of the season. Last year the monsoon had arrived on 30 September and the rainfall was 20% less.
Chances of rain for the whole week in Noida
The weather pattern has changed even before the monsoon. According to meteorologists, there is a possibility of rain with strong wind throughout this week. The air health in NCR improved on Tuesday as the wind speed increased. The Air Quality Index (AQI) of Greater Noida was recorded at 139 and that of Noida at 128.
After 13 years, the lowest temperature recorded in May
Meteorologist Dr. Kuldeep Srivastava says that in the year 2008, the average maximum temperature of the month of May was recorded at 37 degree Celsius. Accordingly, after 13 years, once again the temperature of the month of May has been recorded the lowest. This time in the month of May, the temperature could not rise due to the storms of Taute and Yas. Due to rain due to Toute, the temperature had gone down considerably.
70 percent more rain than normal
Meteorologist Dr. Kuldeep Srivastava said that this time around 144 mm of rain has been recorded in the month of May. Which is more than 70 percent of the normal. Whereas usually around 19 mm of rain falls in this month.
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