This year the Northeast Monsoon is much better for Kerala in terms of rain as until now it has received normal rain with marginal deficiency of 2%. Whereas on the other hand, North Interior Karnataka is largely rain deficient by 66%. However, South Interior Karnataka is slightly better with minus 40% rains.
Whenever the easterly wave becomes active Kerala and South Interior Karnataka receives scattered rains. But most parts of North Interior Karnataka experience dry weather conditions.
Geographical location of North Interior Karnataka is such that weather systems which form over Bay of Bengal or Arabian Sea seldom reach this region of Karnataka.
Now we expect light to moderate rainfall activity to occur over South Interior Karnataka as well as Kerala during the next 48 hours. In fact, some parts of North Interior Karnataka may also receive scattered rains between December 5 and 6.
Further by December 7, the weather activities will start decreasing over both these states and gradually the weather conditions over Kerala and Karnataka will once again become dry.
North interior Karnataka will receive few spells of rain and thundershower activity after a prolonged period. Thus, the people of Karnataka might experience slight relief from the ongoing warm and dry weather conditions.
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