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Monsoon to progress over East India soon

June 18, 2023 2:43 PM |

More than half of June has passed but the monsoon is way behind schedule. Usually by June 15 monsoon covers the entire south Peninsula, parts of Bihar, Jharkhand, most parts of Odisha, Maharashtra as well as Chhattisgarh, and reaches Southern parts of Gujarat. As of June 18, the northern limit of the monsoon has covered south Konkan and Goa, half of Karnataka, parts of Rayalaseema, North East India, Sikkim, Sub-Himalaya in West Bengal, and northeast Bihar.

Conditions are now becoming favourable for the advancement of monsoon over East India. The depression is over the central parts of Rajasthan will move gradually over Central parts of Uttar Pradesh as a low-pressure area.

This low pressure will pull the monsoon currents from the Bay of Bengal. Rain will intensify over west Bengal parts of Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha in the next 48 hours. Increased rain will result in the onset of monsoon over these States. Heatwaves to severe heatwave conditions prevailing over Eastern parts of the country will subside soon.

As of June 18, most parts of East India are predominantly rainy deficient. These upcoming rains oval certainly improve the rain statistics. And help farmers to commence the sowing of crops.

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