The Low-Pressure Area is over Chhattisgarh and adjoining areas. While the axis of Monsoon Trough is extending from Punjab to North Bay of Bengal across this Low-Pressure Area. Hence, heavy to very heavy rains are expected over Vidarbha, adjoining parts of South Madhya Pradesh and South Chhattisgarh. Meanwhile, Marathwada may record scattered rains.
Hoshangabad, Betul, Khargone, Khandwa, Akola, Amravati, Nagpur, and Gondia are likely to record very good Monsoon rains.
While remaining parts of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh will get light to moderate rains with one or two heavy spells. Rain activities will once again increase over Konkan and Goa. Mumbai may also witness few moderate spells of rain.
Meanwhile in the eastern part of the country, Odisha and Jharkhand will witness light to moderate rains with one or two heavy spells. Whereas, scattered rains of light to moderate in nature will be seen over Gangetic West Bengal. The intensity of rains is very likely to increase over Northeast India and may see scattered moderate spells.
During this time, Bihar and East Uttar Pradesh will see isolated rains.
Whereas, up in the North, in wake of the shifting of axis of Monsoon Trough to North, Monsoon will once again revive over Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and West Uttar Pradesh. Light to moderate rains are expected over these states with one or two intense short spells.
Himachal Pradesh and many parts of Uttarakhand will see moderate rains with one or two heavy spells. Whereas scattered rains will continue over Jammu and Kashmir.
Finally, down South, the Monsoon surge is still active over Kerala, therefore moderate to heavy rains will continue. However, there may be marginal decrease in rain activities over Coastal Karnataka. Whereas, North Andhra Pradesh and North Telangana may also receive few good spells of rains in wake of Low-Pressure Area.
However, Monsoon will remain subdued over rest Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Interior Karnataka.
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