IMD Monsoon Forecast 2021: In the midst of the Corona crisis, good news has come from India Meteorological Department (IMD) about Monsoon. Monsoon is expected to be normal in the country this year. According to IMD, the monsoon can be between 96 to 104 percent in the long term period average. According to IMD, the situation of El Nino remains neutral, it is less likely to proceed. This year, monsoon can be 98 per cent with an error of 5 per cent of the long period average (LPA). At the same time, due to the Corona virus, there is concern, IAMD has reported relief about the monsoon. Explain that the monsoon is directly related to the country’s economy.
Between 1961-2010, the average of monsoon rains in the country has been 88 cm. Please tell that due to the southwest monsoon, most of the rain in the country is received. The IMD said that there is a very low probability that the rainfall is weaker than normal. At present, the situation of neutral albinos remains. IMD may release its second estimate of monsoon in the first week of June. Prior to this, Skymet had also predicted a normal monsoon in the country this year. According to Skymet, 103 per cent of the LPA may receive rain this year.
How much rain is the situation
What is Alnino?
The phenomenon of seawater warming near Peru in the Pacific Ocean is called Alnino. The surface temperature of the Pacific Ocean has been increasing for the last few years. Due to Alnino, the attitude of the sea winds changes. The effect of this is that there is no rain in areas with high rainfall and in contrast, there is no rain in the areas where there is no rain.
Monsoon is important for economy
Let us know that about 80 percent of the total rainfall in India is in the monsoon season. It usually starts at the end of June and continues till September. Monsoon is very important for the country’s economy. In India, farming is completely dependent on the monsoon. In such a situation, good rainfall means higher yields and higher yields mean improvement in rural income.
A better monsoon also contributes to the country’s economy. In fact, when rural income increases, there is also an increase in consumption. In FMCG, auto, consumer sector, a big impact of this demand is seen. Increased demand increases the liquidity in the market, which gives an opportunity to strengthen the economy.