Skymet Weather had predicted early onset of Monsoon, this year. The latest update suggested its before time arrival over most parts of the country. As per weathermen, Monsoon would move at a faster pace over East and Northeast India, central parts of the country as well as along the West Coast.
However, Monsoon 2018 would move at a moderate speed when it comes to northwestern plains of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi-NCR, West Madhya Pradesh and few parts of West Rajasthan. By June 25, it would cover most parts of the country, barring West Rajasthan and some pockets of Punjab and Haryana.
Southwest Monsoon 2018 is most likely to cover entire country by July 10, which is also five days earlier than its official date of July 15.
Following table would give insight about the time Monsoon 2018 is likely to make onset major cities of India.
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