The fresh low pressure area formed on Sunday, 13th September has moved inland and is marked over North Andhra Pradesh and the adjoining West Central Bay of Bengal. This system will move Westnorthwest, albeit slowly and persist over parts of Telangana and Maharashtra for the next three days. The peripherals of the system will extend to cover Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.
Under the influence of this system, fairly widespread rain and thundershowers are expected over the central and southern parts of the country. Andhra Pradesh will have the weather activity on 14 and 15 September, Telangana from 14 till 16 September, Maharashtra from 14 till 18 September, Madhya Pradesh from 16 till 18 September, and Gujarat from 16 till 18 September. Even the subsequent 48 hours (19th & 20th September) will also observe scattered rain over most parts. The scale of activity will be limited over Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.
The monsoon tally of 107% of LPA so far may find marginal increment during this week. Even the rainfall deficiency of September also will shrink to some extent. A limited reach of this system and the displaced monsoon trough will not impact the rains over the northern parts for the next 3 days.
There are indications of another low pressure area entering the Bay of Bengal from Myanmar around 18th September. This will be a well carved out system causing a fair amount of rains over many parts. However, its track as of now remains ambiguous and more clarity is expected in the next 24 hours.