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After North-West India, now the withdrawal of South-West Monsoon has started from Bihar as well. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Saturday that the monsoon is making a comeback from parts of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Bihar. Monsoon is returning from one part of the country, while on the other hand, the possibility of heavy rains has been expressed in some states for the next 5 days.
The IMD said in a forecast on Saturday that there is a possibility of heavy to very heavy rainfall over Coastal Karnataka from October 11 to 13. Apart from this, heavy rains may occur over North Karnataka on October 10, 12 and 13 and over Rayalaseema during the next four days. Apart from this, very heavy rainfall is also likely over Kerala and Mahe from October 11 to 13.
rain in south india
The IMD said that widespread light to moderate rain may occur over Maharashtra during the next three days and over south peninsular India for the next five days. There is a possibility of heavy rain in Tamil Nadu, South Interior Karnataka and Kerala during the next five days.
Today, the Southwest Monsoon has withdrawn from some more parts of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh; remaining parts of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh and some parts of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Bihar.
— India Meteorological Department (@Indiametdept) October 9, 2021
Giving information about the withdrawal of Monsoon, IMD said that it has made withdrawal from some more parts of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, remaining parts of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and some parts of Bihar. The withdrawal line of Monsoon is passing through Motihari, Gaya, Daltonganj, Ambikapur, Mandla, Indore, Gandhinagar, Rajkot and Porbandar.
Monsoon will return from here in next two to three days
According to the Meteorological Department, conditions are becoming favorable for the withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon from some more parts of Gujarat, Chhattisgarh. Monsoon will return from most parts of Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Bihar and some parts of Maharashtra, Odisha and West Bengal in the next two to three days.
The withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon started on Wednesday. This is the second delayed withdrawal of southwest monsoon since 1975. The withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon from Northwest India usually starts from 17th September.
This year most parts of the country have received good rains. Because of this, higher yields are being expected from Kharif crops. Harvesting has started in one part of the country and is about to start gradually in the rest of the country. In such a situation, the return of monsoon has brought relief to the farmers.
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