India has now got a supercomputer that will help in predicting the weather better. The Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology unveiled Pratyush, a 6.8 petaflop array of processors dedicated to weather and climate analysis. This computer is the fourth-most powerful weather computer in the world. According to Union minister Harsh Vardhan, this supercomputer would help the farmers, he added that the climate update to the farmers on sms is expected to from 24 million at present to 45 million by 2019, thanks to the new technology. Watch this video to find out more.