May 25: Mumbai: –
According to the Meteorological Department, in the next two to three days, there was a positive environment for the monsoon to hit the Andaman coast. In the last two-three days, the atmosphere in the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal had created a suitable environment for the development of the monsoon.
This nutritious atmosphere has finally passed to the Andaman Monsoon. According to the forecast last week, the monsoon was expected to hit Andaman by May 23. However, he is admitted to Andaman today.
The Meteorological Department has predicted the monsoon to arrive at Andaman in the next 48 hours due to the disturbance of the McKunu hurricane. Konkan and Goa are likely to get rainfall due to cloudburst in some places due to the Mekunu cyclone created in the Arabian Sea.
However, the Meteorological Department has warned that there will be heat wave in some places in Vidarbha. Going towards the hurricane Oman, there is a favorable environment in which the monsoon is activated.
The arrival of the southern ocean has arrived due to the ‘Makoonu’ arrivals in the Arabian Sea due to obstruction of the monsoon, but now the cyclone has moved away towards Oman and the environment has become more favorable for the monsoon to be activated.
The Meteorological Department has predicted monsoon for the next 48 hours to arrive in South Andaman. There is a possibility of thunderstorms in some places in Konkan, Goa on May 27. On 28th May, there is possibility of thundershowers with light rain in Konkan, Goa and central Maharashtra on 28th May.