South India, wherein the Low-Pressure Area has further moved west/northwestward. The wind discontinuity developed over Coastal Karnataka and Kerala region. Also, a Cyclonic Circulation persists over South Tamil Nadu and adjoining coast. A Trough from this circulation is extending up to South Andhra Pradesh coast.
The rain and thundershower activities over most parts of Karnataka, Kerala, Telangana will continue with moderate and heavy spells at isolated pockets.
While light to moderate activity will be over Andhra Pradesh and eastern parts of Tamil Nadu coast.
Bengaluru, Hyderabad are likely to see moderate showers while Chennai may see light to moderate spells.
Meanwhile in Central India, no significant weather system is prevalent. However due to the mixing of two air masses, Chhattisgarh and extreme east Madhya Pradesh region will see light to moderate showers. The rainfall is also likely over South Madhya Maharashtra, Marathwada and Vidarbha. Whereas the activity will decrease over North Konkan inclusive of Mumbai from tomorrow afternoon.
Heading to the eastern parts, due to the mixing of dry and warm air mass over Jharkhand area, moderate activity is expected in some pockets. While scattered light rain can be seen over Odisha, and at some places of Gangetic West Bengal and isolated parts of South Bihar.
Light rains are likely to be seen over Kolkata. Whereas, Jamshedpur, Ranchi, Bokaro, Jharsuguda, Sambalpur may see light to moderate showers.
In the northeastern states of our country, in the absence of any significant weather system, light to very light rain is likely at few places.
Now, the north westerlies have set in over the plains of Northwest India. An Anti-Cyclone can be marked over West Rajasthan; thus, haziness will increase with marginal increase in pollution level is also expected. The day temperature over the plains may rise marginally with clear sky.
Meanwhile the hills of North India will see pleasant dry weather conditions.
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