Monsoon Reaches Kerala And Northeast Together. Last Time Was In... | Read

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Cyclone Remal, which formed in the Bay of Bengal, has led to India witnessing a rare phenomenon with the monsoon setting in simultaneously over Kerala and most parts of the northeast. The last time this happened was in 2017 and there was one factor in common - Cyclone Mora had formed just before the monsoon that year, also over the Bay of Bengal.

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