The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that the southwest monsoon has further progressed into certain parts of southwest and southeast Arabian Sea. In its weather outlook released on Friday evening, the IMD further said that conditions are getting ideal for further development of the monsoon.
IMD Traces Low-Pressure in the Arabian Sea, Monsoon Hits Soon
A low-pressure area is likely to form in the Aabia Sea on May 31. “The low-pressure area is very likely to concentrate into a depression over the West-Central Arabian Sea during the next 24 hours and likely to intensify further thereafter,” the IMD said in its outlook.
“The low-pressure area is likely to move northwestwards across south Oman and east Yemen coasts during next 48 hours and then move west-southwestwards,” it further said.
It also anticipated scattred rainfall went with lighting and squall in western Himalayan district and connecting plains for three days affected by a western unsettling influence and an east-west trough.
The IMD said that heatwave has lessened from most parts of the nation, and relief from extreme heat will be there from May 30 to June 2.
The weather department had said before on Friday that the monsoon is probably going to hit Kerala on June 1.
Anand Sharma, Deputy Director-General, India Meteorological Department (IMD), said that because of the commonness of western disturbance over Himalayan region, the North-Western parts of the nation would have temperatures under 40 degrees Celsius in the coming days.
“We have said that monsoon will hit Kerala on 1st June, it’s a good sign. First week is going to be good for west coast especially up to Maharashtra,” he said.
The development of the monsoon over Indian mainland is set apart by monsoon beginning over Kerala and is a significant marker describing the progress from hot and dry season to a rainy season. As the monsoon advances northward, relief from burning summer temperatures is experienced over the zones.