On June 1 the Southwest Monsoon is likely to reach Kerala, said by India Meteorological Department (IMD) May 27.
On the upcoming of the southwest monsoon, the IMD said that it had further advanced into some parts of the South Bay of Bengal and other parts Maldives-Comorin area, remaining parts of Andaman & Nicobar Islands and sea.
Some parts of the Maldives-Comorin area, and the southeast, Arabian, Sea, remaining parts of Andaman Sea, and south and the central Bay of Bengal. Conditions are becoming favorable for an advance of southwest monsoon into during the next 48 hours.
The Southwest Monsoon is likely to form a low-pressure area over the southeast and after that joining the east-central Arabian Sea between May 31 and June 4. In view of Southwest Monsoon, conditions are very likely to become favorable from June 1 for the onset of Southwest Monsoon over Kerala.
India Meteorological Department also said the very high temperatures are likely to reduce from Thursday in north India, which is get some relief from the heatwave.
By the influence of a western disturbance and an east-west trough and likely to get occurrence of rain/thunderstorms from May 28-30, and the maximum temperatures get over the plain's area of north India likely to reduce from May 28 onwards, and which is get some relief from the heatwave. The IMD said.
In the north and central India, the temperatures have soared over 47 degrees Celsius at some places for the past four-five days. The Churu gets a maximum temperature, it had recorded 50 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, and 49.6 degrees in Ganganagar followed by 48.9 degrees in Bikaner districts of Rajasthan. 47.5 degrees Celsius Bathinda in Punjab recorded, and 47.2 degrees in Delhi.