News Desk: A few days ago, meteorologists thought that the rains were coming to Kerala at the right time. Monsoon winds will also enter West Bengal on time. There will be enough rain. But now they can no longer swear. Scientists are now seeing thorns on the way to the arrival of the monsoon. Some people think that the rains are being delayed as a result of Taokte and Yash. The conditions required for the entry of monsoon winds from the south to the north have not yet been created. On May 14, the Delhi Meteorological Department said that today, Monday, May 31, Kerala may receive rains. But now the weather office is saying that the rainy season is likely to start on June 3 in Kerala. If it is late in Kerala, will it be late in Bengal this time too? The monsoon is expected to enter Gangetic Bengal from June 7 to June 10. According to meteorologists, it is possible to give an answer after the onset of monsoon in Kerala. If the situation is not normal, it may be late. It is not possible to say anything right now. Gokul Chandra Debnath, one of the Deputy Directors General of the Meteorological Department, said that the speed of the wind flow across the equator is less this time. The required rotation or ‘vortex’ is also not significant. .
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