The states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana had been seeing subdued rainfall activity for the past few days due to Cyclone Vayu which was there in the Arabian Sea for quite some time as it had attracted all the moisture laden winds.
The westerly, southwesterly winds which should have reached Andhra Pradesh and Telangana were diverted around the weather system. Now, as the Cyclone Vayu has degenerated, the normal flow of southwesterly and westerly winds will once again resume.
Moreover, a Cyclonic Circulation which is persisting in the Bay of Bengal, very close to Coastal Andhra Pradesh will induce a Low-Pressure Area and it will gradually move inland increasing rains over Coastal Andhra Pradesh as well as the state of Telangana by June 21.
Thereafter, moderate to heavy rains will be seen over many parts of Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Telangana until June 23. During that time, other parts of Andhra Pradesh also received good rain and thundershower activities.
Thus, we can expect Monsoon to make an onset over both the states by June 24 or 25. Thus, the rain deficiency which has been on the higher side may come down to some extent. Heat wave has abated the states and temperatures will fall further in the coming days. After June 24, on and off rains will continue until June 26 as well.
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