Shifting Monsoon Patterns

Shifting Monsoon Patterns

For thousands of years, the Indian subcontinent has experienced the monsoon. Despite having a June 1, its official beginning date over Kerala, it first enters mainland India between the last week of May and the first week of June. The IMD only recognises rainfall as monsoon weather between June 1 and September 30. This does not imply that starting on October 1, the monsoon system will stop raining in India. In actuality, monsoon-related rain may last well into the first week of October and only stops in India towards the end of the month. In November, it is replaced by the northeast monsoon, which is the main precipitation source for numerous regions of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and north interior Karnataka. Click on the “Download PDF” option provided below to know more on-

  • What is the withdrawal of monsoon?
  • When does it withdraw?
  • How has this year’s monsoon fared?
  • What caused the extreme rainfall in central and southern India?
  • Do monsoon patterns change over time?

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