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Monsoon Arrives: Monsoon has reached Kerala, know when it will enter North India including Delhi, UP and Bihar

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Monsoon Arrives in Kerala: The wait for rain amid the scorching heat is over. On Thursday, Monsoon (Monsoon 2024) has knocked in some parts of the Northeast including the coast of Kerala. The special thing is that the monsoon has reached Kerala a day before the prediction of the India Meteorological Department. The department had earlier forecast May 31. Whereas, the normal date of arrival of monsoon in Kerala is June 1.

Monsoon arrived early due to Ramal

Cyclone Ramal is also believed to be one of the reasons for the early entry of monsoon. Meteorologists said that Cyclone Ramal, which passed through West Bengal and Bangladesh on Sunday, has pulled the flow of monsoon towards the Bay of Bengal, which could be a reason for the early arrival of monsoon in the Northeast. Usually the monsoon knocks in the Northeast by June 5.

When will relief reach North India

Weather experts are estimating that the monsoon may knock in Delhi by the end of June. Usually the monsoon reaches the capital around June 27. Here, the normal date of arrival of monsoon in Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, parts of Madhya Pradesh and parts of Gujarat is June 10. There are chances that monsoon will reach Bihar on time.

IMD Director General M Mohapatra had said, 'Due to the severe cyclone, the Bay of Bengal branch of monsoon is very active. It has pulled the monsoon flow over the region. For the last two days, there has been torrential rain in the northeastern states. Also, for the last two days, the signs of arrival of monsoon in Kerala are also getting stronger.'

According to PTI Bhasha, IMD declares the arrival of monsoon in Kerala when 14 centers of Kerala and neighboring areas receive 2.5 mm or more rainfall for two consecutive days at any time after May 10, outgoing longwave radiation (OLR) is low and the direction of the winds is towards the southwest.