Monsoon Likely Normal-IMD | Forecast of normal rains in the country, El Nino warning is also issued by the Meteorological Department
New Delhi: Normal monsoon forecast in the country. Delhi’s Mausam Bhavan said on Friday that the upcoming monsoon is likely to receive about 96 percent of normal rainfall. Which brought great news for the farmers. As May draws to a close, farmers look to the skies ahead of the impending monsoon. So the happy news for them is that monsoon is going to touch the soil of Kerala by June 4. According to the Meteorological Department, about 96 percent of rain will occur this season. However, they have predicted slightly less rain in the northwestern part of the country. A favorable environment for monsoon is going to be created in the next two days.
June will see less than normal rainfall over south coast, northwest and north India. On the other hand, some parts of Northeast India may receive more than normal rainfall. Although there is an El Niño environment, Southwest Monsoon will set in at normal times. No cyclone has been seen in the Arabian Sea so far this year. According to meteorologists, if the country receives equal amount of rain, it will be very pleasant for the farmers.
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Less than normal rains are forecast over agriculture-led Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, Uttarakhand and parts of Rajasthan and Kashmir. Like 2022, 2023 will also experience extreme hot temperature. And the reason is that El Nino can return. It is being said that this wonderful weather phenomenon is returning after three long years. As a result, the world will witness a huge increase in temperature during the current year. And that’s why it is predicted that monsoon rainfall will be less in India this year.
Agriculture in India is still largely dependent on rainfall. So if the rains are less due to El Nino, agricultural production may take a hit in the coming financial year. Farmers may face more problems. Not only that, the price of food may increase due to lack of supply in the market. This is what the Union Finance Ministry has mentioned in the economic management of January.