RAIN STARTS IN THE LAST WEEK OF MAY

 

Visakhapatnam,April 17,(globelmedianews.com):
The weather forecasters estimate that the normal rainfall will be recorded this year.The southwest monsoon is expected to touch the coast of Kerala in the month of May, the IMD said.He said the southwest monsoon would take 45 days to spread across the coast.The southwest monsoon is becoming more and more likely to enter the country this year deadline.Positive signs are related to this.Weather experts believe that the early days of cubicle clouds, and the consequences of the thunderstorm and lightning discharge are likely to contribute to early monsoon.This monsoon has to hit Kerala by the first date of June.But they are predicting that they will touch Kerala at least five to eight days earlier.


RAIN STARTS IN THE LAST WEEK OF MAY

Now the clouds of water from the southern Indian Ocean pass through the equator to the northern hemisphere. Anti cyclones are strong in the Bay of Bengal and Arabian sea. They come to the east and west with moist winds from the south. As a result, this summer is causing untimely rains with swimmers, thunder and lightning. At the same time, the western offshoots that lead to early southwest monsoon arrivals move to the north. Typically, the surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean are low, while Elnino is formed to produce drought conditions. Lonina conditions occur if the same surface temperatures are high. That is the favor of the monsoon. Surface temperatures are currently high in the Pacific Ocean. This is due to the linal scenario and the possibility that it will continue until June.




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