NEW DELHI: Summer monsoon commenced its withdrawal from northwest India on Wednesday in opposition to the traditional date of September 17. It’s the second most delayed withdrawal of the southwest monsoon in 40 years. Withdrawal from Delhi-NCR and remaining elements of north-west India is more likely to be full within the subsequent 3-4 days.
Asserting withdrawal of the southwest (summer time) monsoon, India Meteorological Department (IMD) mentioned the monsoon has withdrawn from some elements of west Rajasthan and a few elements of adjoining Gujarat on Wednesday. “Circumstances have gotten beneficial for additional withdrawal of southwest monsoon from some extra elements of Gujarat, whole Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh & Delhi, Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and a few elements of Madhya Pradesh through the subsequent 3-4 days,” it mentioned.
The southwest monsoon had seen essentially the most delayed withdrawal in 2019 when the retreat began on October 9 as in opposition to its regular withdrawal date of September 17. Earlier than 2019, essentially the most delayed withdrawal was recorded in 1961. The monsoon withdrawal had commenced on September 28 final 12 months whereas it occurred on September 29 in 2018, on September 27 in 2017 and on September 15 in 2016. India this 12 months acquired ‘regular’ monsoon rainfall through the four-month season from June to September. All India monsoon rainfall throughout June 1 to September 30 had been 87 cm in opposition to the Lengthy Interval Common (LPA) of 88 cm of 1961-2010 (99% of its LPA).
That is the third consecutive 12 months when the nation recorded rainfall within the ‘regular’ or ‘above regular’ class.
Issuing climate forecasts for the subsequent few days, the IMD predicted formation of a low-pressure space in north Andaman Sea round October 10 which can transfer west-north-westwards in the direction of south Odisha and north Coastal Andhra Pradesh coast throughout subsequent 4-5 days.





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