Skymet Weather predicts bleak monsoon in India over next four weeks

The private forecasting agency, Skymet Weather, has forecast a grim monsoon in India for the next four weeks, raising concerns about the impact on agriculture. The Extended Range Forecast System (ERPS) has a bleak outlook for the next four weeks, through July 6.

The farmland core looks somewhat cracked and parched. It coincides with the crucial time for sowing or at least preparing the field in the hope of imminent rains.”

Skymet Weather said the central and western parts of India, which make up the core monsoon region, may face challenges in dealing with the effects of drought due to insufficient rainfall early in the season.

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the The southwest monsoon has reached Kerala On June 8th, a week later than the usual date of June 1st.

Typhoon Pebargui In the Arabian Sea, it has delayed the onset of monsoons over Kerala and is now hindering the progress of the rain bearing system, preventing it from reaching the interior of the peninsula, according to the special agency.

While monsoon rains usually cover Maharashtra, Odisha, half of Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Bihar by June 15, the monsoon current is still battling to settle in these areas.

At present, the visible appearance of the monsoons is restricted to the northeast coast and west coast. Unfortunately, there are no signs of weather systems appearing over the Bay of Bengal in the near future, which are crucial determinants of monsoons.