I spoke to someone who runs an organization called "Bee Keeping Center" around 90 miles away from my location to know about the local swarming time.
He said "The colonies are split now and it's the perfect time to start. If you wait till May, the colonies won't stand, and leave the hive." Monsoon starts in June here. Last year it started to rain during mid-May. He continued saying "Just apply some bee wax to the boxes and leave the hive in the horticultural areas. Most of the time, swarms come and stay there. May take 3-5 days or a week. Or you can also transplant any colonies from the woods - if you know where it is - but it's better to have someone experienced with you."
So the weekend is expected to be very exciting, since two totally new things are planned. First, building the swarm trap, which I've never seen before, and the second one being the first carpentry work I'm about to do.