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Monsoon may start from October 6, IMD said this big thing

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Monsoon is now in its last phase in the country. The Meteorological Department has said on Thursday that the withdrawal of Monsoon is likely to start from some parts of Northwest India from October 6. The department said that the withdrawal of monsoon usually starts from September 17. Last year, Monsoon started withdrawing from the western parts of Northwest India on 28 September.

The Meteorological Department further said that under its influence, there is a possibility of a significant decrease in moisture and no rain in the extreme parts of the northwest of India. Thus, conditions are likely to become very favorable for the onset of withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon from some parts of Northwest India from around 6th October.

Meanwhile, a pressure is prevailing over Northeast Arabian Sea which is about 60 km west-northwest of adjoining Kutch Devbhoomi Dwarka (Gujarat), 280 km east-southeast of Karachi (Pakistan) and Chabahar Port (Iran). 860 km east-southeast. It is very likely to move west-northwestwards and into a deep depression over northeast Arabian Sea off north Gujarat coast during next 12 hours.

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The Meteorological Department further said that thereafter it is very likely to move west-northwestwards and intensify into a cyclonic storm Shaheen during the next 24 hours. Thereafter, it is likely to move west-northwestwards off the Indian coast, close to the Pakistan-Makran coasts.

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