The Cyclonic Circulation over Southeast Arabian Sea will induce a Low-pressure area, which will further intensify into a Depression in next 48 hours. In the subsequent time, the system may become a cyclone as well. Thus, heavy rains are expected in many parts of Kerala. Idukki, Thrissur and Palakkad are already on red alert along with which fishermen are advised not to venture into sea. A trough is also seen extending from Southwest Bay of Bengal across South Kerala and South Tamil Nadu. Therefore, moderate rains with few heavy spells are also expected over Tamil Nadu and South interior Karnataka.
Scattered rains are possible over some parts of Rayalaseema and Coastal Karnataka.
Moving towards the Central India, a trough is seen extending from Low- pressure area to North Madhya Maharashtra. Therefore, scattered rains will continue over North Madhya Maharashtra. Subdued rains are expected over Gujarat. Whereas, rest of Central India will continue to remain dry and warm with temperatures crossing 40 degree- Celsius in some parts of Kutch.
Talking about the North India, a Western Disturbance is over North Jammu and Kashmir and its neighboring areas. Thus, scattered rains are possible over parts of Jammu and Kashmir with isolated snowfall in higher reaches. Himachal Pradesh may receive light rains. Dry weather will continue in Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana and Delhi.
Parts of North Rajasthan and West Uttar Pradesh may see light rains. The temperature in West Rajasthan will cross the mark of 40 degree- Celsius.
Rain is possible in parts of Sub Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim, East Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya. Rest of East and Northeast India will remain dry and warm.
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