The depression over Bangladesh has weakened into a low-pressure area. Now, this system is lying over Meghalaya and adjoining areas but is further expected to fizzle- out shortly. A trough is also seen extending from this system up to North Tamil Nadu Coast.
Due to this, the rain intensity over entire northeastern states will decrease significantly though light rains will continue in Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura along with Sub Himalayan West Bengal.
Dry weather is expected to prevail over Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal. While scattered light to moderate showers are likely in Odisha.
Coming to North India, a cyclonic circulation is seen over central Pakistan and adjoining areas of Punjab. In spite of this prevailing weather system, the weather of Northwest India including West Rajasthan and northern hills of India will remain dry and hot. Haze is possible during the morning hours.