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NEW DELHI, Aug. 24, 2023 (TBINN)

Barring cumulative rainfall over the country, this year’s Monsoon has been anything but normal and experts point to climate change as the underlying cause.

From a cyclone with the longest lifespan in the Arabian Sea to devastating floods in parts of North-West India and the adjoining Himalayan states, as well as a prolonged break in the Monsoon, the unmistakable imprints of climate change are evident this year, asserted Mahesh Palawat, Vice President (Climate Change and Meteorology) at private forecasting agency Skymet Weather.

In early June, cyclone Biparjoy delayed the onset of Monsoon over Kerala and the advance over southern India and the adjoining western and central parts of the country.

May be an image of 3 people, body of water and text that says "Monsoon Season in India SS India's monsoon season runs from June to September The weather pattern is caused by differing temperature trends over the land and ocean. Rain can come on suddenly, and hours of ain are common on most days. Mumbai and Kolkata receive the most rain of Indian cities during monsoon."

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