As the monsoon pattern of India undergoes with a quick change in its pattern with southern India recorded with the highest number of rainfall.
This year also it is the same this time also south India has been undergoing with the highest amount of rainfall. It has been noticed for many years that the country received more rainfall as compared to the other parts of the country. Many researchers have noticed from the Indian Institute of Kharagpur in West Bengal.
Scientists have informed that there will be an extreme increase in rainfall to be recorded in the Arabian Sea including south-Asian countries. This includes countries like Myanmar, Thailand, and, Malaysia.
The worst-case scenario of the climate change will be when thee will be an increase in rainfall by 2.7 mm per day in the foothills of the Himalayas. In the southern part of India, there could be an increase of 18.5 mm per day of rainfall which includes the Western ghats to be suffered most from this heavy rainfall, this is the information given by one of the civil engineers Rajib Maity who is from IIT Kharagpur.
As it has been noticed that the Indian monsoon plays an important role in the field of agriculture. This led to engaging nearly half of the total population of the country and may shift the climate of the country.
South Asian countries are highly dependent on monsoons. The results of this study will prove beneficial for designing water infrastructure and in agricultural communities mostly in the southern parts of India and in the foothills of the Himalayas. This will help in making a better infrastructure for the country. This is the information that has been told by one of the directors of IIT Kharagpur named Virendra Tiwari.
The main reason for this sudden change in the pattern of the climate in these countries is the Indian Ocean Dipole which changes with change in temperature.