The first port of monsoon Landfall, yes, Kerala, God’s own country is on the threshold of welcoming yet another meteorological event which leads the met calendar without a iota of doubt. South West Monsoon, the mammoth journey of breeze from the South Pacific, a essential moisture carrier which heads northwards traversing thousands of kilometers and finally hitting the Indian Mainland and resulting in that much needed rainfall and respite of sorts from the sweltering summer.
The summer monsoon, the thirst quencher albeit late is well on its way with all the necessary monsoon features intact. Increase in Cross equatorial flow over Southern part of South Arabian sea and over the Bay of Bengal and the resultant advancement of monsoon over Maldives – Comorin area, South West, South East & central BOB during the next 24 hours.
Convective, thunderstorm activity is likely to continue over parts of TN interiors, North TN and pockets of West regions of the state.
Heatwave conditions set to continue over Rajasthan, MP & Vidharbha during the next few days.
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