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    Kerala, the state in India known for its monsoon season, is experiencing a lack of rainfall, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). The monsoon arrived in Kerala on June 8, which was about a week later than usual. Compared to the normal amount of rainfall during this time, Kerala has had 65% less rainfall. The director of IMD in Kerala, Dr V K Mini, explained that this lack of rainfall is due to factors such as cyclones in the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal. However, she also mentioned that the winds are getting stronger and more rain is expected in the upcoming days.

    Currently, there is a cyclonic formation over the northeast Arabian Sea and a trough moving towards Kerala from the south of Gujarat. These weather patterns are causing the south-westerly winds to strengthen.

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