Beginning with North India, a fresh Western Disturbance is marked over North Pakistan along with the axis of Monsoon trough running close to the foothills of Himalayas. Thus, marginal increase in rainfall intensity is expected over Jammu and Kashmir, while Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand would see light to moderate showers.
Few spells are also likely in North Punjab and along the foothills of Uttar Pradesh. Meanwhile, Delhi, Haryana and North Rajasthan would remain dry.
In Central India, scattered light to moderate rains are expected in East Madhya Pradesh and parts of Chhattisgarh with light rain in Konkan & Goa. East Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra will see dry weather.
Talking about East and Northeast, the eastern arm of Monsoon trough is passing through North Uttar Pradesh, North Bihar and West Bengal, thus light to moderate with few heavy spells are possible in West Bengal and northeastern states.
Meanwhile scattered light to moderate rains will occur in Bihar, Jharkhand and North Odisha. Light rain at one or two places in East Uttar Pradesh and South Odisha also cannot be ruled out.
At last in South, a north-south trough is extending from Rayalaseema to Interior Tamil Nadu. Thus, scattered rains are possible over Tamil Nadu, parts of Rayalaseema and South Interior Karnataka with short spells in Chennai and Bengaluru.
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