The Meteorological department of India said that the South-west monsoons have eventually arrived Kerala and have spread over the regions actively. Kerala is the starting point of the South-west monsoons in India, thereafter spreading towards the Northern regions.
The Meteorological department said that the South-west monsoons have finally reached Kerala. The normal expected date of the winds was on June,1st. However, the monsoons reached the state four days late.
“The South-west monsoons have further advanced into the entire South Arabian sea and some parts of the central Arabian sea”, the Indian Meteorological department said in a report. It added that the monsoons are actively moving towards the Central Tamilnadu and other coastal regions.
Earlier the Indian climate department has predicted a deficit rainfall this year due to El Nino conditions in the pacific ocean. The El Nino accounts for the heating of the surface of the pacific ocean waters, which accounts for absence or shortage of the rainfalls in the Asian regions affecting mainly India and its neighbouring countries, the NDTV reports.
Keeping in mind the predictions of the shortage of rainfalls this year, the Indian government has started working out on the measures to decrease the losses . The Agriculture sector will be the most affected due to the deficit rains, this year.