IMD provided a cool treat for the sun-drenched masses. IMD has recently revealed that the southwest monsoon has arrived in India. The southwest monsoon extends completely over the southern Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Islands. It also said that the southwest monsoon is moving more actively in the Bay of Bengal.
In this context, the surface period continues in the southwestern Bay of Bengal adjoining southern Tamil Nadu. Heavy rains are also expected in one or two areas. The monsoon, which will hit Kerala by the end of this month, is expected to enter Telangana in early June.
On the other hand, due to the effect of the southwest monsoon, it is already raining in many parts of AP. Heavy thunder showers are expected in Chandragiri, Balaji district. With this, the canals and ditches are overflowing. Power supply was disrupted in several places due to strong winds. Krishnagiri in the AP border state of Tamil Nadu is receiving heavy rains. Traffic was paralyzed on National Highway 64 due to heavy rains. This is causing serious problems for motorists.