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Alert: cyclonic storm may occur, activities happening in Arabian Sea, monsoon will also be affected

There is a lot of upheaval in the seasonal activities of the Arabian Sea. There have been early signs of a cyclonic storm in the Arabian Sea. Scientists will keep an eye on it for the next 72 hours. If this cyclone comes, it will affect the monsoon. Normally, the monsoon in Kerala knocks on June 1 and the meteorological department has said in its forecast that this time the monsoon will come on time.

According to a report by Skymet Weather, the satellite image shows that there is a turbulent situation in the Arabian Sea. It lies between 5 degree north and 5 degree south latitude and 50 degree east to 75 degree east longitude. It is also present on the Equatorial Belt Inter-Tropi Convergence Zone (ITCZ), which can lead to many activities throughout the North-West Stretch.

Generally, the equatorial belt kills any cyclonic activity, but we cannot rule out any exceptions in case of weather. Scientists say that due to the windy area on both sides of the equator, it needs to be closely monitored for the next 48 to 72 hours. The condition of the sea is also favorable for cyclone.

India is currently waiting for the monsoon to knock in Kerala. Soon Kerala will welcome the southwest monsoon. 7 to 10 days before moving to Kerala, the monsoon flows over the South Andaman Sea and the Gulf Islands. In such a situation, if there is any cyclonic storm or similar activity in the Arabian Sea at this time, it will directly affect the monsoon. However, only initial indications have been received so far. The activities in the next 72 hours will be very important, which are monitored by meteorologists.