The country's farm-based economy depends on the southwest monsoon, which is expected to arrive in Kerala around May 31.

Thiruvananthapuram: The southwest monsoon is predicted to cross Kerala on May 31, marking the start of the state's four-month rainy season, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). This rainy season is very important to the nation's agriculture-based economy. According to the IMD, this is not early, and the monsoon will probably just arrive close to its typical date.

According to news agency PTI, the IMD stated, "With a model error of four days, the Southwest Monsoon is likely to set over Kerala on May 31 this year."

According to PTI, IMD Director General Mrutyunjay Mohapatra stated, "This is not early; it's close to the normal date."

Based on meteorological data, the date of the monsoon's arrival over Kerala has changed significantly during the past 150 years. According to IMD statistics, the monsoon arrived as early as May 11, 1918, and as late as June 18, 1972, as reported by PTI.
IMD had forecast above-average rains for India's monsoon season last month, along with favorable La NiƱa conditions that should develop by August or September. People have been subject to anger
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