Beginning with South India, where the Southwest Monsoon is eagerly awaited, a Cyclonic Circulation which was over Chhattisgarh and adjoining areas now lies over Telangana. A trough from this system is extending up to Tamil Nadu across Andhra Pradesh. The Cyclonic Circulation has now come closer to the coastal stations of Andhra Pradesh. Due to this, moderate to isolated heavy rain and thundershowers would be seen in South Interior Karnataka, Northwest Tamil Nadu and Rayalaseema accompanied with strong winds. Places like Anantapur, Bengaluru, Coimbatore and Salem would witness good rains.
Rain and thundershowers cannot be ruled out in parts of Andhra Pradesh coast, Kerala and South Tamil Nadu, wherein Chennai would witness hot and humid weather conditions.
In Northeast India, south-southwest moist winds have strengthened and have covered most parts of the northeastern states. A Cyclonic Circulation is also over the central parts of Assam and an east-west trough is extending from Punjab up to Arunachal Pradesh. Thus, rainfall activity would enhance with few heavy spells in South Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura.
Rain and thundershowers are likely with few moderate spells in rest of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim. However, the day will be humid in the region.
Wit rains likely to increase around June 4, there is a possibility of flood-like situation in Tripura and its adjoining areas.
In East India, in the presence of easterlies, weather activity is likely to pick up pace in parts of North Bihar, East Jharkhand and Gangetic West Bengal. While Coastal Odisha is likely to witness thundershower activities towards late afternoon or evening. With this, heat wave conditions might continue to prevail in West Jharkhand and adjoining Bihar and western parts of Odisha.
In North India, a weak Western Disturbance is continuing to prevail in the extreme northern parts of Jammu and Kashmir. This system is therefore not going to bring about any change in the heat wave conditions being observed in the hills. Chances of light rains are there in the upper reaches of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. Due to the blowing of easterly winds, North Punjab, Haryana and West Uttar Pradesh might witness a marginal drop in temperature.
While, severe heat wave condition would continue to prevail over the northern and western parts of Rajasthan, South Haryana, South Punjab, Delhi and Southwest Uttar Pradesh. Along with this, dust-raising wind conditions are likely to be observed in Rajasthan during afternoon hours.
Finally, in Central India, heat wave conditions would continue to be observed in parts of Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh with severe heat wave conditions in few pockets. Also, isolated thunderstorm activity might occur in parts of South Chhattisgarh and adjoining Vidarbha. While, dry and hot weather would be a sight in Gujarat and West Madhya Pradesh.
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