Monsoon for Andhra Pradesh ended with a deficiency of 12% whereas Telangana fared a much better score with a marginal deficiency of just 2%. In fact, the rainfall deficiency of Andhra Pradesh is mainly due to the region of Rayalaseema which was deficient by 37%.
If we see the rainfall of Coastal Andhra Pradesh, the region was at par; neither it was rain deficient nor surplus.
Now, Southwest Monsoon has come to an end and we expect scattered rains over Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Telangana for the next 48 hours. Weather of Rayalaseema will remain almost dry. Rain intensity and spread will decrease significantly over these states after 48 hours as a cyclonic circulation is forming over South-East Arabian Sea which will gradually intensify into a Low-Pressure-Area and subsequently into a Depression.
Whenever such weather systems develop, winds and moisture tend to converge around that weather system leading to dry weather conditions in the areas elsewhere; which in this case, will make rains to increase in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka but will reduce over Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. So, we can expect almost dry weather conditions over these two states in the coming days. Temperatures are also expected to rise, leading to uneasy weather conditions during the day. Nights however will be comfortable.
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