The states of Andhra Pradesh as well as Telangana usually remain dry during the initial month of Pre Monsoon season i.e. March.
However, whenever a wind confluence zone or a trough develops from eastern parts to South peninsula, rainfall activity is seen over these areas. As a formation of any significant system in the Bay of Bengal is not too often this time, thus, the trough or confluence zone are only two weather parameters that give rains.
Now also, we expect a confluence zone to develop from Jharkhand to Karnataka, across Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, thus, light rains are expected over Telangana as well as Coastal Andhra Pradesh from March 31.
The intensity and spread of rains will be more over Telangana. However, isolated light rains may occur over Coastal Andhra Pradesh.
On April 1, Rayalaseema and Telangana may see scattered showers and isolated showers may occur over Coastal Andhra Pradesh. These rainfall activities will continue until April 2.
During this period, the intensity of rains will remain light and patchy in nature. In fact, these showers will occur for a short duration only.
Temperatures in these areas are currently settling in the higher 30s. However, the weather is likely to become comfortable as cloud cover and isolated rains will lower the temperatures to some extent.
After April 2, weather will once again clear up and temperatures will start increasing over the region causing heatwave like conditions to appear during the first week of April.
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