At present, Coastal Andhra Pradesh is largely rain-deficient to the tune of 68%, while Rayalaseema is deficient by 69%. This was despite southern districts of Andhra Pradesh receiving moderate to heavy rains in the last couple .
At the same time, the neighbouring state of Telangana is also running rain deficient by a huge figure of 84%. In the other words, we can say that during the Northwest Monsoon, both the states have not received enough rains.
The only, area which saw moderate to heavy rains is South-coastal Andhra Pradesh, particularly places like Nellore, Kaval and other adjoining districts. This can be attributed to the weather systems which originated in Bay of Bengal and traveled towards Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh coast.
Weathermen at Skymet Weather have forecast that isolated rains may occur over the state of Telangana on December 9 and 10. Sky conditions may also become partly cloudy to cloudy, leading to marginal drop in the day temperatures.
It is expected that during this time, the weather of Andhra Pradesh will remain mostly dry. But light to very light rain at one or two pockets of coastal districts cannot be ruled out. The intensity and spread of rains will be very light, therefore these rains will not have much impact on agriculture and rain deficiency will still persist.
Weather is expected to go dry once again from December 12 onward.
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