Monsoon to hit Kerala coast on 4 June: Details here
Monsoon Kerala 14 May 2019: India private weather forecasting agency Skymet on Tuesday predicted that the Southwest Monsoon this year is likely to hit the Southern Kerala coast on 4 June, making a timely onset.
|Monsoon Kerala coast on 4 June|
The weather forecaster, however, said the Monsoon rains will deliver less than average rainfall this year, increasing farmer woes and dampening the prospects of higher farm and economic growth.
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Weather model indicates weak beginnings on the Indian subcontinent: Skymet
A report in Skimett has said, “Manson appears to be inaugurating on time in 2019. However, the weather model is indicating a weak start in the Indian subcontinent, leading to a slow start at the beginning of the year of Mansu”.
Posthumous rains usually hit Kerala on 1st June
|Monsoon to hit Kerala coast on 4 June: Details here|
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The monsoon usually hit Kerala on June 1 and covered it all through midnight in July. At the beginning of the monsoon season, rice, soybean, and cotton are used to help in growing crops.
According to Skimet, India will get 93% of the long-term average rainfall. Rainfall season is about 70% of the country’s annual rainfall and the main cause of agricultural growth.
- Rainfall on May 22 in Andaman and Nicobar
On the website of Skimett, “The arrival of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on the May 22, + 2-day difference will come in the middle of the error.”
“In the south-west monsoon … 4/4 day Kerala merging can start in Kerala on 4th June, along with some parts of Northeast India covered … Earlier there will be rainfall in the pre-monsoon season,” it added.
The primary progress of Monsoon in Peninsula India is slow: Skim MD
Skynet managing director Jatin Singh said, “In these four regions, this season will be less witness than normal rainfall.”
“Eastern and northeast India and central parts will be poorer than north-west India and the southern peninsula, near the beginning of human beings, it seems that the primary progression of the Peninsula version will be gradual.”