Monsoon may break over Kerala coast in a day or two, says IMD

The southwest monsoon may break on the coast of Kerala in the next couple of days Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) Evaluate conditions as turning out to be favorable.

The western winds are continuous and rise in the atmosphere to the required heights. Clouds are strengthening over the southeastern Arabian Sea and Lakshadweep as well as along the Kerala coast.

Progress in Bay of Bengal too

These conditions will enable the monsoons to advance in some other parts of the South Arabian Sea, the entire Lakshadweep region, the Maldives, and the Comorin region.

At the same time, his arm in the Bay of Bengal will cover more parts of the southwest and central Bay of Bengal and some other parts of the northeastern Bay, apart from entering parts of the northeastern states.

Clouds off the coast of Kerala

At noon on Wednesday, thick clouds lingered off the coast of Kerala while some were seen in the distance from Mangaluru in Coastal Karnataka.

Prominent weather observers have assessed that the monsoon flows may be devoid of intense cyclones pepperjoy over the southeastern Arabian Sea, charting their own course along an independent course to facilitate their appearance over Kerala.

A severe tornado is very likely

Rapid condensation pepperjoy It is located about 880 km west-south-west of Goa; 990 km southwest of Mumbai; 1060 km south-south-west of Porbandar, Gujarat; and 1360 km south of Karachi in Pakistan.

IMD expects it to intensify as a very intense hurricane, the second after that Mocha in the Bay of Bengal, by Tuesday night, exceeding previous forecasts.

expected path

The powerful cyclone is expected to move north approximately into Thursday morning and then north-northwest (away from the west coast of India) over the next three days.

Some forecasting agencies have suspected that the system may be drawn to the north-northeast towards southeastern Pakistan (Karachi) and bordering northern Gujarat or southwestern Rajasthan in time.