Due to El-Nino, the possibility of drought in India increases.
These days the mention of ‘El-Nino’ is being heard again and again. Due to this, the possibility of increasing inflation, deteriorating monsoon and drought is also being expressed. In such a situation, doesn’t it become necessary to know what is ‘El-Nino’? How does this spoil the entire account of the country’s economy and your pocket?
To understand in simple language, ‘El-Nino’ is a meteorological condition formed in the Pacific Ocean, which affects the monsoon winds filled with moisture. Due to this, the weather of different countries of the world is affected. Australia, India, Peru, America and many countries connected to the Pacific Ocean come under its grip.
‘El-Nino’ is the ‘angry uncle’ at the wedding!
In India, among the common people, ‘uncle who is angry at the wedding’ is criticized. So ‘El-Nino’ can also be kept in this category. The only difference is that the name of this ‘uncle’ is Spanish and he lives in the Pacific Ocean far away from the land of India, and he sits puffed up before getting married in the country i.e. ‘before the monsoon arrives’.
In fact, when the surface of the Pacific Ocean becomes warmer than normal, then the cycle of winds running from Australia to Peru is affected. This seasonal phenomenon is called ‘El-Nino’. In normal condition cold air flows from east to west and warm air from west to east.
While in the condition of ‘El-Nino’, the warm winds moving from east to west start gathering around Peru or get scattered. This worsens the pressure level in the Pacific Ocean and its effect falls on the southwest monsoon winds rising from the Indian Ocean.
(This news is being updated)