Monsoon Expected to Arrive in Udaipur by June

Monsoon Expected to Arrive in Udaipur by June 

India Meteorological Department has issued a warning regarding cyclone in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Odhisa

Monsoon In Udaipur

Meteorologists anticipate the arrival of the monsoon season in Kerala by June 5, followed by Rajasthan and Mewar around June 25, 2024. While this year's monsoon is expected to be normal, lakes in Udaipur are predicted to become lively once again. Despite the current favourable conditions of the lakes, even average rainfall would aid in replenishing them.

Pre-Monsoon Activities Signal Favourable Monsoon Ahead

Pre-monsoon activities have commenced in the Arabian Sea and the southern Andaman Sea, indicating a promising start to the Indian monsoon. Recent days have witnessed pre-monsoon activities in parts of Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu, according to weather scientist Prof. Narpat Singh Rathore. The expectation remains for a normal monsoon across the entire Rajasthan, including Udaipur.

Last Year's Monsoon Highlights

Last year, the monsoon season made a remarkable entrance into five regions of the state simultaneously. Heavy rainfall initially enveloped the Kota and Bharatpur regions before advancing into districts of the Udaipur, Ajmer, and Jaipur regions.

Southwest Monsoon's Route and Early Arrival in Banswara

Meteorologists note that the southwest monsoon typically enters Rajasthan through the Udaipur-Kota region, spreading across the state thereafter. The monsoon's entry into Rajasthan is marked by the Kota-Jhalawar and Mewar-Vagad routes. Banswara experiences the earliest arrival of the monsoon, earning it the title of the "gateway of the monsoon."

Cyclone Alert in Certain States

A strong cyclone brewing in the Bay of Bengal is set to hit Maharashtra, Odisha, and Gujarat from May 23 to 27,2024 as per Mumbai Nowcast. Mumbai and Gujarat can expect heavy rainfall around May 28, 2024, as per the weather office.

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