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Weather office expects monsoon in 48 hours

A cyclonic pressure over the Arabian Sea has delayed the onset, but still expected rains to arrive nearly on time.

Reuters  |  New Delhi 

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Weather conditions are "becoming favourable" for the arrival of India's 2012 rains over southern Kerala coast in 48 hours, state-run (IMD) said in a statement on Monday.

On May 15, the IMD said annual June-September monsoon rains would hit the southern coast on time on June 1, give or take 4 days. Officials on Thursday said a over the Arabian Sea has delayed the onset, but still expected rains to arrive nearly on time.

Weather office expects monsoon in 48 hours

A cyclonic pressure over the Arabian Sea has delayed the onset, but still expected rains to arrive nearly on time.

Weather conditions are "becoming favourable" for the arrival of India's 2012 monsoon rains over southern Kerala coast in 48 hours, state-run India Meteorological Department (IMD) said in a statement on Monday.

Weather conditions are "becoming favourable" for the arrival of India's 2012 rains over southern Kerala coast in 48 hours, state-run (IMD) said in a statement on Monday.

On May 15, the IMD said annual June-September monsoon rains would hit the southern coast on time on June 1, give or take 4 days. Officials on Thursday said a over the Arabian Sea has delayed the onset, but still expected rains to arrive nearly on time.

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