The IMD on Thursday said the process is getting delayed this time when the southwest monsoon completely withdraws from across India as compared to the normal date of October 15, and there is still at least five days to go. may be far away.
The withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon started on 6th October as compared to the normal date of 17th September.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had said that unlike the process of onset of monsoon, which is very slow, the withdrawal of monsoon should not be so slow. Usually the full withdrawal of the southwest monsoon occurs on 12 October or maximum by 15 October.
“It is raining over Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Odisha and Andhra Pradesh coast. This has delayed the process,” IMD Director General Mrityunjay Mohapatra told IANS.
“It will take at least five days for the refund process to be completed.”
After October 12, the stage is set for the onset of Northeast Monsoon – bringing rain to most parts of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh. and Kerala. This time, due to the low pressure system and cyclonic circulation since last week, parts of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka have received heavy to very heavy rainfall.
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