Beginning with South, Active Northeast Monsoon conditions continue to grip the region. All thanks to a well-marked low pressure can be seen lying over Southwest Bay of Bengal and adjoining South Tamil Nadu Coast. There is also a slight possibility of this low pressure inducing a depression for a short duration.
With this, light to moderate rains with isolated heavy spells are expected over Coastal Tamil Nadu. Chennai would also see moderate to heavy rains during the next 24 to 48 hrs.
Meanwhile, scattered showers may occur over Interior Tamil Nadu, Kerala and isolated pockets of Coastal as well as South Interior Karnataka and South Coastal Andhra Pradesh.
Moving onto Central India, a feeble trough is running along Maharashtra Coast, as a result we expect scattered light to moderate rains over Konkan & Goa and Madhya Maharashtra. However, Mumbai will remain dry and warm.
Meanwhile, the weather over South Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Vidarbha will remain dry.
Up in North, the Western Disturbance has moved away and so dry weather conditions would maintain its grip over the entire northwestern plains inclusive of the hills. We expect marginal drop in minimum while slight rise in maximums over the most pockets is expected.
Talking about pollution, air quality may improve to a bit but still remain under very poor category.
At last East/Northeast India, a cyclonic circulation is seen over Bangladesh; therefore we expect light rain at isolated pockets of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. However, the weather over remaining northeastern and entire East India would remain dry with no major change in maximum and minimums.
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