NEW DELHI: The nation is most likely to get listed below regular rains in June, the
India Meteorological Department
stated while forecasting regular
for the whole season.
IMD Environment Monitoring and Research Center (EMRC) chief D Sivananda Pai stated, “Below regular month-to-month (June) rains is anticipated over a lot of parts of the nation other than some locations of south peninsular India,
and some separated pockets of northeast India, where above regular rains is anticipated.”
The southwest monsoon is anticipated to be regular this season regardless of the beginning of El Nino, which is triggered due to warming of the equatorial Pacific Ocean, he informed an interview.
Pai stated the seasonal rains over the monsoon core zone including the majority of the rain-fed farming locations in the nation is probably to be regular– 94 to 106 percent of the extended period average.