Summer has its plans- Monsoon is likely to be delayed

Summer has its plans- Monsoon is likely to be delayed

The unbearable summer this year has plans to stay on longer. It is likely that monsoon will be delayed by almost a week leaving everyone drenched with sweat. Sun’s pricking rays have troubled everybody for long and it may continue for an even longer time. Meteorological department has speculated a delay in monsoons after studying […]

 

The unbearable summer this year has plans to stay on longer. It is likely that monsoon will be delayed by almost a week leaving everyone drenched with sweat.

Summer has its plans- Monsoon is likely to be delayed

Sun’s pricking rays have troubled everybody for long and it may continue for an even longer time. Meteorological department has speculated a delay in monsoons after studying the satellite image. Rising temperature, moisture laden winds and no signs of cyclonic weather are a sign that monsoon arriving from Kerala will be delayed this year by a week, speculated Professor Narpat Singh Rathore after checking the images received from satellite. Generally, monsoon starts showing signs by 2nd June but this time no such stir has been noticed in Western Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean. Though the weather conditions are hinting towards monsoon, yet it will arrive late this summer.

Even rainfall may be less; it may be only 95 percent of the average rainfall. Skymet weather services has also reported that if the rainfall is less than average, it will affect crops since Kharif crop in India is mainly dependant on South-West monsoons. Skymet has also hinted towards the possibility of El-Nino which may result in less rain in July, August and September. Effects of El-Nino include reversal of wind patterns which may cause heavy rainfall in some areas and drought in some.

Low air pressure in May has already resulted in rain and hail storm in some places.

Source: patrika

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