With the re-activation of the Southwest Monsoon, there’s a risk of heavy rainfall in lots of components of South, West, and North India on Monday and Tuesday. The India Meteorological Department has mentioned that heavy to very heavy rains are doubtless at remoted locations over Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala throughout the subsequent two days. There is a risk of heavy to very heavy rainfall over many components of South Odisha, Coastal Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Vidarbha, and South Chhattisgarh between September 6 and seven as a potential low-pressure space is shifting in the direction of North-West India.
The Met mentioned that the area of North Marathwada, North Madhya Maharashtra, North Konkan, and Gujarat is more likely to obtain rain from Monday to Wednesday.
Scattered to heavy rainfall are very more likely to happen over most components of North-West India from September 7 to 9. IMD’s forecast says heavy rainfall could happen at remoted locations over Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, North Punjab and Jammu area, and East Rajasthan.
Private climate forecasting company Skymet has predicted mild to reasonable rain within the subsequent 24 hours in Andhra Pradesh, components of Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Coastal Karnataka, South Interior Karnataka, components of Kerala, and components of Madhya Pradesh and South Odisha.
Skymet has mentioned that reasonable rainfall is more likely to happen over Northeast India, and a few components of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, and Lakshadweep. Light rainfall is probably going over inside components of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Northeast Rajasthan, and Tamil Nadu within the subsequent 24 hours.
In August, India obtained 24 % lower than regular rainfall, IMD mentioned. Now, the climate division has predicted above regular rainfall over many components of central India in September.
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