IMD Update: Monsoon reaches Andanam-Nicobar, heavy rains in many states of South India, may soon get relief from heat

The news of relief has come from South India for the states of North India, which are scorching by the scorching heat. The much-awaited monsoon has reached the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on Monday and will move towards the main part of India in the next few days. The south-west monsoon winds bring with it a nearly four-month long rainy season in India. Not only does this provide relief to the people from the heat, but it is also very important for the country’s agriculture-based economy.

Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department also informed that the presence of cyclonic circulation over Lakshadweep and North Tamil Nadu coast is likely to bring good rains in the next five days. IMD said that there is a possibility of heavy rain with thunder, lightning and strong winds during the next five days over the coastal and south parts of Kerala, Karnataka.

The Meteorological Department also said that there is a possibility of heavy rains in Tamil Nadu from Monday to Wednesday and in Lakshadweep for the next two days. Vibhad said that there is a possibility of heavy rains in the coastal and south parts of Karnataka on Wednesday.

Last week, the Meteorological Department had said that the southwest monsoon is expected to reach Kerala by May 27, five days ahead of its normal onset date of June 1.

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