In the past 24 hours, Kerala has recorded good rain and thundershower activities. Presently, a trough is extending from Chhattisgarh to the Comorin area across Interior Tamil Nadu and adjacent parts of Kerala.
In the last 24 hours, Thiruvananthapuram and Alappuzha recorded 22 mm of rains while Kozhikode recorded 36 mm and Kannur 8 mm. Light rains were also sight in Cochin and Thrissur.
The experts have to say the light to moderate rain and thundershower activities would continue in Kerala for another 24 to 48 hours. Post this, the intensity will drop down as a Cyclonic Circulation over Lakshadweep might intensify. With this, a Low-Pressure Area is also likely to develop over Southeast Arabian Sea off the Kerala coast. The experts have to say that scattered rains will be witnessed over Kerala. Intensity is likely to pick up pace around June 8 while from June 9 to 13, heavy to very heavy rains will be in sight in the state of Kerala.
Temperatures would then subside significantly, and this time will be marked as the onset of Southwest Monsoon 2019 over Kerala. Skymet Weather has predicted the onset of Monsoon on June 7. Soon after the onset, rains will be heavy in Kerala and Coastal Karnataka. Thus, around June 10, the rainfall deficiency levels will be covered up in Kerala.
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