Until now, Kerala is rain deficient by 18%. For the last two days, moderate to heavy rains are going on over many parts of Kerala. Monsoon is now active over the entire West Coast of the country, from Gujarat to Kerala.
For the next two days, until August 9, moderate to strong westerly winds from the Arabian Sea will continue over the Kerala coast. Sea conditions may become rough during this period. Rain activities will also remain moderate to heavy. Fishermen are advised to venture into the sea with caution.
June and July are the rainiest months for Kerala. In the month of August also, most of the stations in Kerala have monthly rain average between 300 and 500 mm. Most parts of Kerala have been receiving good rains for the last week or so. The rain average of the states is very high. That is the reason Kerala is still rain deficient by 18%.
Weather of Kerala has not gone completely dry for a longer duration during this monsoon. The upcoming heavy rains for the next week may reduce the rain deficiency for Kerala. Waterlogging, localized flash floods, and landslides cannot be ruled out during next week. There may be very heavy rains over the state of Kerala on August 8 and 9. Rain activities will reduce over Kerala from August 10.
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