The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has announced that the Southwest Monsoon season in India will be delayed, with rainfall expected in Kerala by June 4. The monsoon is then expected to make its way gradually toward the Telugu states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
While the IMD originally predicted that the Southwest Monsoon winds would arrive in Kerala on June 1, the arrival has been delayed by four days due to storms in the sea and unfavorable weather conditions. As a result, Kerala can expect rain and the start of the monsoon season by June 4. The scorching sun, on the other hand, may last a few more days before the monsoon arrives.
Monsoon is expected to enter AP on June 8, with a four-day period required for it to spread across the State, according to the IMD report. The monsoon is expected to cover the entire state of Andhra by June 12. The monsoon is expected to arrive in Telangana between June 10 and 12, and to spread across the state by June 16.
As the arrival of the Southwest Monsoon is delayed, the IMD closely monitors weather conditions to ensure accurate forecasts and to keep the public informed about the expected onset of rainfall in various regions of the country. The IMD advises residents to stay up to date on the latest weather advisories and to exercise caution during the transition from pre-monsoon to monsoon season.
While the delay in monsoon onset may lengthen the period of scorching heat, the prospect of rain in Kerala and its subsequent passage through AP and Telangana provides hope for relief from the sweltering summer weather in the coming weeks.
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