The latest weather updates show that the start of Monsoon in India in the south western part will have favorable conditions over the Southern part of India. There are chances of rainfall as the monsoon clouds are likely to travel further north. This will cause a scattered rainfall in many southern states. There are chances of thunderstorm in Kerala, Andaman and Nicobar Islands too.
The WD that is the Western Disturbance will trigger scattered snow or rain in Jammu and Kashmir. There also seem chances of isolated snow/rain and thunderstorm in Himachal Pradesh. The Eastern side would also remain wet for the monsoon season which hit Kerela on 8th June, 2019, after a delay of about a week.
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Monsoon in India along with the high temperature in the entire country.
Rains are likely to be lower than average across the country in the entire months of June and July. It will catch pace in August and September, 2019. The India Meteorological Department also said that conditions are going to turn favorable for rains in the northeastern parts of India. Although, the maximum temperatures of 45°C or more is likely over regions of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, there are weather forecasts that indicate that August and September would be rainy.
The northern states are experiencing a heat of 40°C and more this season. All of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Maharashtra are experiencing 40°C.
Prediction of the Air Quality in Monsoon 2019.
Air quality is likely to be unhealthy for this entire season in the entire country and specially for sensitive groups. After a little rainfall and onshore winds the air quality in the Southern part of India is expected to improve.
Chances of Thunderstorm in Monsoon 2019.
This week there are chances of thunderstorm, lightning and winds(gusty) across the coastal areas in the Western, Northern and Southern. There are also possibilities of cyclone to form over the west coast because the low pressure area has intensified into depression now.
Drawbacks due to the late Monsoon Season.
The late monsoon season in India has delayed the cultivation on arable lands. There has been a 45% of threat of the late monsoon to the agriculture activities of India which is almost more than 70% of farm areas that are fed by rains and the pre-monsoon showers have been 25% deficient.
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