Rainfall deficiency can continue in August also in Kerala.

The weather department said that all Southern states in the region of Peninsular received a lot of rain. But Kerala had 20% less rainfall in July. This southeast monsoon would be weak in the upcoming days. The overall rain deficiency in Kerala from June is 29%. IMD director Mohapatra told to media about the monsoon pattern. This pattern is demonstrating the widespread rainfalls and fall in light. So it increases in a large number of rainfall spells. It neutralizes the rain lack in a month.

Several districts involving Kannur, Alappuzha, Kollam, Malappuram, Palakkad, Wayanad, Thrissur ad Kasaragod had larger than 35% rain deficiency from June to August. For upcoming some days, there is no any special warning. It is no specific alert for fishers against venture into coastal waters in Kerala. However, there is the highest swell aware from the INCOIS that told bout this. They said that the highest swell alert is in the 2.3 to 2.6m range. It is forecast till 23 hours of 3rd August alongside Kerala coast. It occurs among Kasaragod or Vizhijam.Also, the IMD told presently, the southwest monsoon is active over the main parts. The significant parts like northern parts of the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian sea.

Skymet weather agency told the southeast monsoon has recorded substantial rainfall. But short visible precipitation in mid-season is observed in Gujarat and Kerala. Both are the rain pocket. So may both absorb a deficiency of about ten to fifteen percent.

It is not affecting the ecological balance. However, a 20% deficit or more leaves perceivable indicators. Hence it indicates that Rainfall deficiency can continue in August in Kerala.

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