Monsoon will hit Kerala on 6th June and will be delayed in Maharashtra
Farmers of drought-affected last year could not get monsoon this year. The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted this year the monsoon will arrive in Kerala on June 6. This is likely to delay the arrival of monsoon in Maharashtra.
The farmers of India, who have suffered drought last year, will not get monsoon this year. The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted this year the monsoon will arrive in Kerala on June 6. This is likely to delay the arrival of monsoon in Maharashtra.
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The Sky Weather Meteorological Organization (WHO) had expressed the impression that there will be signs of monsoon on June 4. The organization also said that it would be less than the average in four regions of the country. Later, the Indian Meteorological Department has also projected monsoon estimates. The Meteorological Department has predicted that the monsoon will hit Kerala coast on June 6. After the arrival of the monsoon in Kerala, it is also in Maharashtra for six to seven days. However, due to the arrival of Kerala this year, the arrival of Maharashtra is a sign of prolonged delay.
In the last season, Vidarbha and Marathwada in Maharashtra suffered a major setback. It is likely that the farmers of this region, who are sitting on the monsoon for the upcoming monsoon, will be able to delay the monsoon this year. Vidarbha, Marathwada, West Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarat, which are part of Central India, have an annual average rainfall of 91 percent.