Slow Progress of Monsoon Delays Rainfall In Maharashtra, Hopeful Signs Ahead

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Pune, 22nd June 2023: As the Southwest monsoon makes its arrival, the state experiences sluggish progress, leaving it eagerly awaiting the much-needed rains even as the third week of June draws to a close.

However, the Meteorological Department has offered a glimmer of hope, predicting that over the next two to three days, certain regions of Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, and Maharashtra may witness advancements in the monsoon.

Presently, the monsoon has reached parts of Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, and on Thursday (22nd June), it extended its reach over Telangana and Odisha, encompassing the entirety of Andhra Pradesh. While it had earlier entered the southern regions of the state and the lower Konkan on the 11th, its progress has since stalled.

Thankfully, recent developments suggest a resurgence in the monsoon’s movement, with favorable conditions paving the way for its anticipated entry into additional parts of the state. Currently, the monsoon’s trajectory is limited to Ratnagiri, Raichur, Khammam, Malkangiri, and Parlakhemundi in South India, as well as Haldia, Bokaro, Patna, and Raxaul in East India.

Furthermore, due to favorable conditions persisting, the monsoon is expected to extend its reach to the Southern Peninsula, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, the rest of Odisha, along with Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Madhya Pradesh by the upcoming Sunday (25th June). Meanwhile, Pune and Mumbai eagerly await the monsoon’s arrival, with the Meteorological Department basing its predictions on anticipated humidity, westerly winds, and other contributing factors.


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