India to have 'normal' Monsoon this year, says IMD

India to have 'normal' Monsoon this year, says IMD

India to have 'normal' Monsoon this year, says IMD

The 2017 southwest monsoon season saw below-normal rainfall at 95 percent of the LPA, against the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast of normal rainfall at 98 percent of the LPA with a model error of plus and minus 4 percent. Unlike the IMD, Skymet had predicted a 100 per cent normal Monsoon, with an error estimate of plus-minus 5 per cent.

Rainfall is likely to be normal during the June-to-September south-west monsoon season, the government's weather office said on Monday. India receives 89 cm of rainfall during the four-month monsoon season, which is nearly 75 per cent of its annual rainfall.

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A normal monsoon will not only aid agriculture growth but could have a positive impact on the overall rural economy. The average rainfall in "above normal" monsoon is between 104-110 per cent of the LPA while anything beyond 110 per cent of the LPA is considered as "excess".

The latest forecasts from the MMCFS and global models indicate weak negative IOD conditions may develop during the middle of the monsoon season.

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A good monsoon is good news for the Indian economy. The country receives some 70 per cent of its annual rainfall during the four-month Monsoon season.

Hoping that the monsoon will be constant and not sporadic, IMD said that region based forecast will be available only during the second assessment in June and the date of the monsoon's onset into Kerala will be announced in mid May.

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It said that normal rains are likely for the country, particularly East India, while the Southern Peninsula and parts of Northeast India could be at some risk of getting below normal rains.

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