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Southwest Monsoon to completely withdraw from country by October 20

The Southwest Monsoon officially starts on June 1 and ends on September 30. Its withdrawal starts from western Rajasthan from September 1.

Heavy rain likely in Vidarbha, Marathwada over weekend: IMD

IMD scientists attributed this to cyclonic storm Daye, which on Friday evening, was close to Raipur in Chhattisgarh.

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Monsoon withdrawal still a week away: IMD

Among the atmospheric conditions required for announcing the monsoon withdrawal by the IMD are reduced rainfall for five consecutive days, complete absence of moisture and formation of anti-cyclone in the lower troposphere over the region on the extreme western parts of the country.

A normal monsoon — in election year as El Nino threat recedes

As things stand, 2018 is set to be yet another year, when the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has got its forecast right.

Kerala rains HIGHLIGHTS: Red alert issued in several districts as death toll climbs to 37

Kerala rains HIGHLIGHTS: As the death toll reached 37 in Kerala floods, CM Pinarayi Vijayan undertook an aerial survey of the rain-affected parts in the state. An aid of Rs 4 lakh has been announced for families of deceased, even as 11 out of 14 districts remain under water.

More rains predicted for next 24 hours, Delhi to have cloudy sky tomorrow

In the regions where the southwest monsoon has not made landfall, temperatures were above normal.

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Southwest Monsoon hits Kerala, claims Skymet

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), however, in its 8.15 am bulletin, said Monsoon would hit Kerala in the next 24 hours, on May 29.

Monsoon in India to be 'normal', northeast at risk of being rain deficient, predicts Skymet Weather

Skymet Weather, a private weather forecasting company, has predicted that India will receive a 'normal' monsoon — when average rainfall falls between 96-104 per cent of the long period average (LPA) — this year.

Southwest monsoon arrives in Goa

All places in Goa received showers during the last 24 hours with Pernem taluka recording the highest rainfall.

Goa monsoon alert sounded: Red flags out, tourists told not to venture into sea

The Indian Metrological Centre in Goa too has confirmed that Goa will continue to witness heavy showers over the next 48 hours.

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