Southwest Monsoon Will Revive From July 8 In India: India Meteorological Department

The forecast for July is out and according to the India Meteorological Department; the whole country will receive good rainfall in July.

The whole nation is witnessing the monsoon slowly. However, the monsoon is yet to arrive in Haryana, Delhi and some parts of west UP.

M Rajeevan, Secretary of the Ministry of Earth Sciences said that the southwest monsoon is going to enter an active phase again. Moreover, the forecast is showing an active rainfall starting from July 8.

According to M Rajeevan, the model is indicating monsoon weather that is forming in the Bay of Bengal.

Madhavan Rajeevan tweeted from his Twitter handle that the forecast model has been giving the signs that the rainfall in the south, west coast and east-central India will be revived from 8 July.

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He added that the forecast model also shows the signs of forming a weather system above the Bay of Bengal by 12 July. This will give rise to active monsoon season.

The southwest monsoon had good rainfall in the first two and half weeks of June. However, it has not made any further progress since June 19. In Punjab, some western parts of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, West Rajasthan, the monsoon is yet to arrive.  

India will witness a good amount of rainfall in July, said the India Meteorological Department in its forecast done for July.

However, northern India, central, east, some parts of the south peninsula and northeast India might receive rainfall in the category of normal to below normal. Further, it added that the conditions required for the progression of monsoon will not be available till July 7. The reason behind it is the lack of a weather system.

Currently, in the north, the monsoon is passing through, Meerut, Aligarh, Amritsar and Ambala the IMD said.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) further said current conditions of meteorology, features of the atmosphere and the forecasted patterns of wind done through the model indicates no conditions for the formation of the southwest monsoon into the rest parts of Chandigarh Delhi, west Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab and Haryana in the coming four to five days.