This year, the monsoon can knock the country ahead of time. Giving information about the monsoon, Skymet has said that the monsoon can reach Kerala before June 1, that is, on May 28. If Skymet is believed, the monsoon in Andaman can arrive 4 to 5 days before its scheduled time.
Let me tell you that as per the official weather term, IMD has also predicted the onset of monsoon in Andaman till May 22, but the Meteorological Department has not made any change in the arrival of monsoon in the country. It is coming only on June 1. Here Skymet has said in its statement that this year the southwest monsoon can knock on the coast of Kerala on May 28, 4 days before its normal scheduled onset date June 1.
Giving information about the monsoon, Skymet has said that the monsoon current has been seen rising above the Andaman Sea on Saturday-Sunday, which is about 4 days before its normal date of 22 May. Meanwhile, the Indian Meteorological Department has also said that the seasonal conditions for the monsoon look very favorable. Here, the Meteorological Department of the country gave information about the weather and said that this year the southwest monsoon will be normal in the country, it will be around 100 percent of its long term average which will be around 88 centimeters. Let us tell you that normally the monsoon arrives in Andaman after May 20, after that it reaches Kerala, it takes 10 to 12 days to reach Kerala.
According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the update said that in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar and parts of Uttar Pradesh, the monsoon is delayed by 3 to 7 days as compared to normal dates. The onset of monsoon for Delhi has been revised from June 23 to June 27.