Kerala weather is likely to be delayed, starting June 3: India Meteorological Department (IMD)

India Meteorological Department (IMD) today said the arrival of the monsoon over Kerala could be delayed by two days and is now expected to begin on June 3,

“There is a spread of kilograms off the coast of Karnataka that is hampering the continuation of the southwestern rainfall,” said India Meteorological Department (IMD) Director-General Mohapatra.

“The southwest wind could gradually intensify from June 1, which could lead to an increase in rainfall in Kerala. So the onset of a hurricane in Kerala is likely to occur on June 3,” the IMD said.

Due to the intensification of the southwest winds, heavy rainfall activities with the most severe falls are most likely in the northeastern provinces in the next five days.

A typical rainy day above Kerala on June 1. This marks the beginning of the country’s four-month rainy season.

Earlier this month, IMD predicted the arrival of heavy rains in Kerala on May 31 with a maximum error of five days.

Monsoon is expected to be the norm this year. IMD has announced the arrival of the Monsoon in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on May 21st.

The Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal have seen two hurricanes – Tauktae and Yaas – in two weeks. Several parts of the country have seen heavy rainfall activity as a result of these two conditions. “The southwest hurricane has spread to parts of Maldives-Comorin, southwest and Eastcentral Bay of Bengal, most parts of Southeast Bay of Bengal and parts of Westcentral Bay of Bengal today May 27 morning.

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