Monsoon Withdrawal Update: IMD, Southwest Monsoon | Rajasthan Monsoon returning late for the 13th consecutive year; So far rainfall has been 6% less than normal

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Snowfall has started in Kashmir amid the departure of the weather from the country.  The picture is of Tulail-Gurez valley in Bandipora.  - Dainik Bhaskar

Snowfall has started in Kashmir amid the departure of the weather from the country. The picture is of Tulail-Gurez valley in Bandipora.

The departure of monsoon from the country has started today (17 September). According to the Meteorological Department, this year the monsoon is withdrawing with a delay of eight days from normal. According to the department, the southwest monsoon has withdrawn from southwest Rajasthan today. Its usual date of departure was 17 September.

According to IMD, this is the 13th consecutive year that the monsoon is departing late. With the withdrawal of monsoon from northwest India, the departure of monsoon from the Indian subcontinent begins. The delay in departure of monsoon means that the rainy season has been longer, which has a good effect on farming.

Usually, the southwest monsoon hits Kerala by June 1 and covers the entire country by July 8. At the same time, by 17 September it starts returning from northwestern India and by 15 October it returns from the entire country. So far this year, the country has received 796.4 mm rainfall, which is 6% less than the normal rainfall (843.2 mm).

At the same time, there is a possibility of heavy rain in 14 states of the country today. These include Bihar, West Bengal, Sikkim, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh.

Weather condition in the country…

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Know the condition of the states…

Himachal Pradesh: Monsoon’s departure from high mountains begins: Sunshine will shine for the next 5 days, mercury will rise

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Monsoon has started withdrawing from the higher altitude areas of Himachal. Monsoon will completely withdraw from the entire state in the next five-six days. Monsoon is becoming active again in many parts of the country. But the weather will remain completely clear in Himachal for the next five-six days. Meanwhile, monsoon may depart from the state. Read the full news here…

Haryana: Chance of rain even today, mercury dropped by 3 degrees due to 24 days of drizzle

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There are chances of rain in Haryana even today. During this period, strong winds will blow at a speed of 30 to 40 kilometers per hour. Due to drizzle since September 22, the day temperature has dropped by 2 to 3 degrees, this has given relief to the people from the heat. Chandigarh Meteorological Department has predicted a change in the weather till September 25. Read the full news here…

Madhya Pradesh: Two rounds of rain in September changed the picture, now only 0.2% less rainfall than normal.

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Two spells of rain in September have changed the figures in Madhya Pradesh. This year August was dry. Before the first round of rains arrived in September, 29 districts of the state were in the category of below normal rainfall. Now this figure has reduced to 6 districts. The first round of rain came on 6th September. The second round started from 21 September. Read the full news here…

Rajasthan: Stormy rain in many areas; Alert in 13 districts even today

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Stormy rain was seen in the northern part of Rajasthan late Sunday evening. Wind blew at 50KM speed at many places in Hanumangarh. Many places were flooded due to heavy rains. Apart from Hanumangarh, similar weather prevailed in Ganganagar, Churu, Bikaner also. According to weather experts, there are chances of rain in more than 13 districts even today. Read the full news here…

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